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ttifiMtUt
Vol. 15.
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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     JULY   24,   WOO.
a\0.     HO
swivflN mines Murdered Duri.no catnoiic social, city council,.gorforation op the city op cranbrook.
Sold by Sheriff Tuck under order
of Court to Satisfy Creditors.
on Monday, at tlie courl house in
Oranbrook, Suorlfl Tuck, In piirau
mice nf mi ordor Issued by tho Bu
prome Courl nf British Columbia,
Bold Hir Sullivan ("roup ul mines,
smelter, tramway and real estate, ull
tiiu property ol the Sullivan group
mining company tn *at4wfy judgments
amounting
wand dollars
a numbor
Illi.
tWC-lt
t!i
rom  opoki
irnnbrook
i ni'.vs uml  Ii j i i'i is
Victoria,  1-Vnii.
—-^^^^—. intended tlu> sale.
Tin1 property wns put up in twi
blocks, The llrst included the Hope
Hamlet nnd Shylock mines, the smol
ter nnd all real tstato ownod hy tht
company, and was bid in fur ?4,oS(
hy Francis H. Brownell, iiittornoy f*»i
the Federal Mining anil Smeitriiu
compnny nf .Sew York.,
The second block consisted ol tin
tramway, buckets, machinery aiu.
appliances, which were also hid In
for ¥4,036 hy Mr. Brownell.
Tho sum realised from tlie sale wili
he iwod to pay all mechanic's ledfuj
against the property.
The morttf.'iKe held by Qeorgc Turn
er of Spokane, and .1. W, VanDyko ol
New York, amounting tu $400,001
and interest will be adjusted private,
ly, its haw been a large number ol
accounts nf business firms, who will"
it is said, take second preferred atocli
in payment.
It is reported that the Federal Min
iaj* and Smcltiuj; Company of New
York, will have control of the property, and that mine will soon be in
operation under the management of
Mr. .Inmes Kinluy of Cranbrook, as
toeal manager, and that, the pumps
started, nnd water taken from the
mines about tbe first of August, and
mining commenced as soon as the
necessary  completions are  made.
The Sullivan group* of mines haf
probably more ore in sight ready foi
mining than any other group of min
es in the province, the ore is of a
low jjrade, but with proper fluxing
to assist in its Btneltlng, with care
fill attention and management, nu.
be made a paying investment. Tb
starting up of these mines and smelt
er will bring prosperity and btlflines
to the towns of Ktmberley and Marys
vllle, also tn Crnnbrook, and th
■ news of starting up of Industrie
will be hailed with {-rent pleasure b*
every resident of tbe Cranbr
trlct.
ok   dis
(J  G()l U   6(11110.       Lar9B Crowd En<°Vs p,(ii,Sitnt Pass   By-Law- t0    Purchase
—«— Evening. Water Plant. L	
Angus Roos Stabbed-Mimlci or
Unknown.
Frank,  July an-About
lock la.-i night while in n card Kfttntfliipd by the many friends ol tl	
i >n In ii t Tuesday, undei God's pro
pltious sklesi the Guild ol the Young
badlfr   "i   ili«'  Catholic   Church     in
Cranbrook, held .i most interesting i ""•, "*""•»* ''"-"«„/■' "„ 7" "IV.~,™"nil
nclal on im grounds of 81 Mary's! WorBhip Mayor Fink, ami aldermen"
church     The  soclul   was   well   patron
A meeting dl the city Council was
hold in the council chamber nu Mould.iy oVOnlug.   There were present. His
BY-LAW, NO. 65.
A By-Law to raise the sum of Seventy Thousand Dollars i $70.000.001 by Debentures for the
purpose of purchasing the license, works, and lands of the Water Supply Company.
Limited, and extending and improving the Water Supply System.
Jackson, Ryan and Hunt.
illicit
n a suburb nf Ibis town called Llttl
Sew York, Angus lions, a minor :'.
•earn old, was stabbed jnsi abovi
ihe Henri by an unknown Sim He
viis convoyed to the Frank bospltn
tnd attended by Rov. Frank Mnlcpin
ion, who found him in a serious <jon
litinn. Tbe doelor wave him all med
enl atlentl'in thnt was possible Imi
io died at i p.m. today from hem
norrhages.
One-man in the party wns arrested
ait il is imt known il be is tbe rlgh
nan. The deceased was burn in No
■a Scotln and came here wiib b .
inronts several years ago He In snr
iveil by bis wife ami two children
in'd two. sisters who also live here
Vn Inquest will bo hold torn.orro\
when further particulars will pj'oba'
y be brought but.
Drowned in Skeena River
A letter was received thin week
rom C. M, Edwards, sfiylue that he
lad heard a report that was curren.
n Northern British Columbia in the
fleer that ('has. Chapman was ilmwn
d in tlie Skeena river a short rim ■
igd.
This was sad news indeed, and we
an only hope that there is a ails
.a lie in the report. .Mr. Chapman
vas mi old timer in Fort Steele and
Iranbrook, having come to tbc dis
;rict in 1832, and was a m.ia that by
lis integrity and genial good hunioi
lad won the confidence and re.speci
if a large number of friends.
and nnunclally  proved to hi
The mutter of purchasing lhe wa-
!.er Supply System was discussed,
and aldermen    .laokBon and  I lender*
"h'; id ■,... a hard task to trj   lo «o» moved tho following resolution :
Bive a proper accouul ol tho i Hint "That the May... and City OiorH   bo
Si   ,(ll,,|    '.ill  and  dlBlnterestednoss ^thorlH , pn-aeni « Petition    to
shown by the youna ladies In propar ^ honor the Ueutenant-Qovorno
ing and lei i,  tb ,  good end  what    -J «J»»J« fo   '»*• to <•*-<■ M'n.prmU
:-■ i^irM::s ,sp^JWj^g
Misses Kva Kldson and Nollle Drum- Prairie Creole. [°f ™* rlt>' "( l ,,uv
mod) reBpoctlvely president and sec- brook.tor municipal purposes, on
rotarv-treasurer of  the  Guild lm f      ' QXP°nB0 to be borne hy tin
v   '■■■ii drawn un "Welcome''  ia   a Water Supply Company and one hal.
wy-oonspicuoufl   .lac Btood  In    the  "y the city." -CarrieiL
form "i  u  permanent   Invitation     to     lt was moved by     Aldermen .luck
come in and hive   i share in the goOd   Bon   and   Henderson   thai   the   prelim
things, and we wore welcomed Indeed, 'nary agreement between tho city   o.
Al   tho entrance gate we round Miss  ( ranbrook and the Water .supply ( o
Delia   nrammorin   presiding  over  the Idnilted, binding the < ipnny to sell
flower booth In company with Mips their works, lands and system bead
Whltmore. She had an orderly army optert, and the mayor and city clerk
nf delicate flowers and in the centre11"' authorised to execute the same,
a very Inviting three story fruit caBe|0tHplea- 1,-ldm,m1n, ■•>'"•' not voting,
fresh'from tile bakery of our friend1 Moved by. Aldermen JackBon and
Ned Bymord. Mrs. ll McGoldric won Henderson that leave be granted to
thai  cake in ■( Buossinc contest Introduce    bylaw  No.  65 being cited
Misses Margaret    Kennedy, '  Annie as tl"' debenture   bylaw  No, li   Car
nuelette ami Ha/el Hirtz presided at  l'u',i- alderman Ryan not voting,
another     booth,     the Cigar and lie       Movetl   bv   Alderman   Jackson  that
bylaw No. 65 be read a first time
WHKHKAS a petition hus been pre and      lift een
-tented   to  the  .Municipal  Council      of cents
the Corporation of the Olty ol Cran* 1916 Two thousand
brook,  signed  by the owners of    at and   eighty     dollars
least   one-tenth  (1-lftthj of tbe value
loll a re and     fourteen I tweon     the     Wnlci     Supply     Com
ijj.'.'l.. Hnpany,     Limited,     ol     Cranbrook, in
sp\cu  hundred [the  Province  ol      British  Columbia,
nd  funi   cents  hereinafter called   'The  (lumpany,"  ul
t2,78ti.(Hj   the first  pari,  and  The Corporation
f Cranbrook,  bereinaft
the   City,' nt the second
of the rateable lands and improve L917 Two thousand six hundred lol the <
meats iu the said city of Cranbrook and thirty eight dollars ami twenty* er called
as shown by the last Revised Assess- two cents (2,G88.2<{j I part,
ment Roll, requesting the same coun- 191R Two thousand four hundred WHKRKAH the Company was on
eil in Introduce a bylaw to raise the [and eighty-nine dollar-, and twenty the Utb day ol March, lsu4. Incor
sum     of     seventy thousand dollars, nix cunts, ($2,-1811.20) j porated  for the object  Inter alia   ol
($70,000,00.) for the purpose of pur* IfllU Two tlionsand three hundred(constructing and operating n water
chasing the license, works nnd lands i and thirty-two dollars and eighty .wnrks system lor the supplying of
and other assets of the Water Supply eight cents ($2,Has, 8-»)   Cranbrook In the Province of llritish
Company Limited., aud extending 1920 Two thousand one hundred Columbia, and tbe locality adjacent
ami Improving the Water Supply Sys-  and sixty-eight dollars and sixty-six thereto,  and   tbe   Inhabitants  thereof
tem     within    tlie City t>r Cranbrook cents i$:.,Li.r. f with water,
and vicinity thereof. li»2l   One     thousand    nine  hundred      AND  VVHKRKAH  the  Company  ob-
ANI) WHERE A B it is deemed   ex- and ninety-six dollars     and  twenty    tained a certificate from the Supreme
pedient on behalf of the said Munlcl-lftve cents $l.yyii.2n) Court ol British Columbia approving
pal Council to purchase the said lie-[    v.i'ii   One   thousand   eight   hundred pi tbe construction and operation of
ense, works and lands and other   as-  and  fifteen  dollars  und   tweutj thici
sets of the Water     Supply Company, j cents (|j,81».23i
Uml ted, and to make necessary   lm-     lf»23   One thousand six hundred and
provements  thereon  and     extensions twenty-five dollars and eleven cents
thereto. ($1,685.11)
AND  WHEREAS  for  the  purposes!   11*24   One   thousand    four   hundred
aforesaid, it will be aeceBsary toboi-jaad twenty-five dollars and fifty'
row the sum of seventy thousand dot-  cents,
lars, ($70,0011.110.)
AND WHEREAS tint whole amount
The council then resolved  Into
he undertakings and works for which
the Company wa - incorporated, and
for the doing and exercising of nil
the acta and statutory powers in
connection thorewith,
AND WHEREAS tbe Company has
compiled     In     all respects with the
$1.42fi.54)   terms o' tho certificate granted     by
lU2f»   One    thousand     two hundred the said  court,  and  has constructed
and    fifteen      dollars  and   ninety six' works  and  laid  down  a  water-works
cents, ($1,215.%)   system   for the said   locality  formerly
1926   Nine   hundred   and   ninety hve  known as the town ol Cranbrook and
meats of the said city according     tol , "" 7   ............     --•*-• -■-■*•-»-•—■ -
s|dollars and  eighty-eight rents now known as the City of (ranbrook
limit te.
the lust Revised Assessment Roll    Is
six hundred and ninetv-five thousand     .„-„   ,, ,    ,
five hundred and tiftv dollars.   (666,-   a1?.27   Sove" hundred and
dollars     and        eighty-eight      cents      AND  WHEREA
($764.88)   tained a record fi
($926.88)   and the
sixty-font ' said order
ty,   as   de
ifill.00. i
nf     the whole to discuss '    AND  WHEREAS it  will be requis-
id  in   the
mjmny   oh
idred (100)
Will Attempt Mt. Fifciei;.
Drf Connolly the* well known Alpine
'UtbusiasL, and a number ol others
ire   making     t,he necessary  arrange
was able to resist their sweet  smile I Carried, alderman Ryan not voting, [of tbe rateable     lands and Improve
and pressing demand to take a clgai      Moved  by  Aldermen  Jackson     and
or a  glass of lemonade ' Henderson that bylaw No. 65 be now
\t  another   booth     Misses   Ufreda   rea("  a  second   time. Carried,   alder-
Drummond  and  Dolores  Murphy vera I man Ryan not votinr
the  delight   of   tho   ladies   by   sellln
ihZJev nmrlel Milcrel^lressed'    In I bylaw No" Bs"' ciliw^y ctoJw/TlS Five hundred  and  twenty-two i InchOB of water to be taken from St
Mantel  Charles Mackej ihessed     in,,,. „      _ ^__ „ L-JJ I q( Rvb ,|lo|lslinii sjx miJJ(lre{1 Jl)1(1 MV. dollars and twenty-six   cents  ($622.26   Josephs  Pra rle  Creek,   which    said
cnteen dollars ($5,617.00) for   paying! , "M   lwn  hundred  and sixty seven   record  is still     valid and owned  by
the said debt and interest. , dollars and  forty-four
AND WHEREAS the present debeu
tare indebtedness of the city of Cran
brook is sixty-four thousand four
hundred and fifty dollars and eighteen cents,  ($64,450.18.)
AND   WHEREAS     the
had his att.en   tho Mayor in lhe chair
On rising    the   committee reported
ed.
Tbe council then adjourned to meet
n Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock.
in  altraetive      atlir      m^^^^^mm^
ion   all   taken   up   bv   I be   many   ctlil.
lien  who  wanted  to  throw the  hook"!1'1 bylaw  No. bfl had been consider
aito the fish pond.
Now a ynunu  lady would  lake your
>rder for Ice cream, berries, cake and 	
Dther     dnintces  t.yhnve  it   filled  to      A|)  adjournen  meeting of the   city
nents  with  the   object   of  ascending:|£, experienced   hands.   1-would   cnll|cmm^11  waB     boW i,,, TueBdliy ilftlT
peak  n. i ()V  ltlJl,   nnmG Bome 0|  th(, memberQ
of  the   Altar     Society   who  did   noi ;
want   to be left behind  and  who did
ut ten  splendid work   if a meritorious kind.
as !l!!  Among     them     lei  ns mention Mrs.
Drummond,  Mrs.uAnnstrong,  Mrs. D.
Murphy,   Mrs.   Mat-Lennan   and      Miss
Stnplcton.
dount     Fisher,  the  highest
,be Rockies in this vicinity.
Mount   Fisher      is   located   betwi e:
itoulder and Fisher Creeks, e
nilea  from   Fort   Steele,   and
devation of about 9,400 feet.
The   party      will   leave   CraribroO'
lomc time in  August, taking  a strj
ily of provisions sufflclent for     iiv
lays, and are determined  to make
lUccesBftfl ascent,  and  will  leave
j noon. There were present His Wor
; ship   .Mayor   Fink,  and   Aldermen   Ry
an, Baker , Henderson nnd Jacksod.
.Moved   by  Aldermen  Jackson     and
Henderson that the council resolve
' into a committee of the whole to eon
isider bylaw     No. 66 with the mayor
in the chair.- Carried, Mdermen Ry
| an and Raker not voting
Among  friends who  helped  us gen       Moved by Aldermen   Jackson     and
orally we must not forget to mention Henderson, that it  being deemed no
Uur  nn   tbe  Iin-he^   n..,,l-     ivhfeh    ran 1the   Kll^'ll,s      "f .Columbus.   Mr.   Mc    CCS8nry   to   expedite   the   passage    'of
lag on the highest peas,  nhub   can  Dermot( Mr.   J.  Rranlt,  the  Knights!*..., Jx--   «.e^*...i  i„ ' ,.„ r....„*.„.,
Murul and Social Reform Council.
The regular monthly meeting of th1
above council was held In the Pres
byterlan schoolroom on Wednesdaj
evening. The name of B. I. Patterso!
was proposed for associate member
ship and unanimously accepted. Thi
committee on circulation of the peti
tion among ratepayers reported hav
ing met on Monday evening and goni
carefully over the signatures receive,
and the total number was then 204
A list of sixty-seven names who hue
not yet been seen was divided amoiu
the several members of the committet
to he interviewed at once, At. the
close of this report several member*
reported that sixteen names had beer,
secured in the interval, thus bridgini
the total number of signatures tc
date to 220. A deputation of the foi
lowing seven gentlemen were chosen
to present the petition to the police
commissioners when the canvass it-
completed : J. F. Armstrong, Dr. 13
W. Connolly, O. 0. Main, J. K. Ken
nedy, W. G. Morton, F. McKennu, (i
W. Patmore.,
The following persons were elected
as members on the executive togeth
erer with the officers : J. K. Kennedy
F. Derail, Clarence Plnnlss.
After careful consideration tin
council agreed on motion of Rev
King, seconded by Dr. Connolly ti
take Up the campaign for a prnvtn
clal local option law,
The following persons .were Ihei
choen as commissioners to take onthi
In tho provincial elections : H. 1-1
Short, F. De/all nnd Dr. IS, W. Con
nolly, and their names ordered to hi
sent to the governor in council
Baraoa Semi Annual Meeting
The Young Men's Huracu Bible Cltll
oi the Baptist church held u ver)
successful semiannual meeting Thurs
day evening. They were the gnesl-
nf the Uev. Mr. and Mrs <\ W. King
In the absence ol the president Mr
I.. Mclntyre, Mr. Byron Toner, tin
vice president, conducted the husineai
part nf the evening, The .secretary
Mr. A. Bridges reported funds of a
healthy proportion in hand and pro
sen ted to the club a handsome Hunt
ca charter, recently received from tht
headquarters of .the International
Union. On recommendation of tht
nominating committee the old offle
ers were unanimously re-elected, and
the next semi-annual meetings wen
changed to be held in October und
Mnrch respectively. Committees were
appointed to arrange for a Rook Social or garden party on Friday Aug.
Hth, on tbe parsonage grounds. The
Raraeas will provide a good program.
One purpose of this event will be to
add to the l.uinhermcn's Cump I library recently started. The young men
will, therefore, Invite contribution's
or admission fees as this function of
suitable books or magazines for thlc
good work. Or if preferred, a money offering for the Club's wnrk may
be made at the gate that evening.
Messrs. Clarence Finniss, Librarian,
II. Corhltt and F. Christian are the
library committee,. The tirst, part ol
the evening was pleasantly spent In
a number of Roko hall toprnamonts.
The contests developed some swift
game's and evidenced a keen eye on
the part, of more than one nf the
players. Miss IB. Htark, Mrs. King's
sister, contributed a number of popular and enjoyable piano solos.
Repeat It* "niilloh's Cure will   dl*
waytt cure my coughs and colds."
>e seen from this citv.i^^^^^^^^^
Preferential Tariff.
It has been decided that British
•oods should not be allowed tbe ben
■fit of the preferential tariff after
text year, unless they ure discharged
it a  Canadian  port.
Beaudrv   Nixon.
if Pythias who let iw have some of
their chairs, for the .greater comfort
of 'the visitors, the Sisters of the
hospital and of the 3b. Eugene Mis
sion, and many others whom God
will reward-
The Crnnbrook baud, under the able
leadership of Mr. Corrison, rendered
some of their sweetest tunes and con
tributed greatly to the success of the
affair.
The St. Andrews cross so artistically   formed   with   incandescent, lights
A pretty wedding took place at the w£ich the Electric Light Co. had gen
:hnpel of the St. Eugene hospital erously placed at our disposition had
vhen the Rev. Father Choirtell unit- newly cause. us to forget that-.It
id in marriage Mr. Francis Beaudry \*& &ettin« ■«•* lnto tho nif\* ™"
;o Miss Elizabeth Dora Nixon.     The at eleven o:clock our-friend Mr. 131-
mor asked for a hearing and  with a
eremonv took  place at eight p.   m. , .  ,    .       .   .
Jnlv a few friends of the contracting I'^re talent, put to auction some
the cakes and  dainties,  which  bad  r
larties were present. i^i^i^i^i^i^i^HK*    ,a.        ..  ,    a
mained after all had eaten.   He   wn&
nAaann   r*v»\*TXT*mTr.Mo patronised  to  his  entire  satisfaction.
PASB^DEXAMINATIONS T)](1  N.ltiomil   Anthom  cloiefl     tho
Following are the names of the pu-1 P™gram and we wen. home to recall
ills of Miss Caldwell's class who sue-jj" Golden dreams the awoe memor
essfully passed their examinations:!"^ '' ^yffiJjXteYoHW
diss Rose Qasklll, Douglas R. Stew-; gO« ' ' ,'T ,1 l , , ., Ai,Ia 3
irt, Miss Irene M. Wade, Miss SarahM^les and maj .access always «e
-'aimer,      Miss   Jessie   Kennedy,   Miss' '-nrnpany their
aabclln  0. Taylor.
WfTNF.SK.
bylaw   No.   fi'i  that   leave   be  granted
to read  bylaw No,  65 a  third tinie,-
OarrlebT.   Aldei-men Baker    und  Ityan
not voting.
Moved by Aldermi*n iTack'son and
Hemlerson that bylaw No. 65 be read
a third time. Carried, Aldermen Ry
an and Baker not voting.
Moved hy Aldermen .Jackson and
Henderson that a copy of the proposed bylaw No. (ifi be published in the
Cranbrook Herald of .July 22nd and
211th and in the Crnnbrook Prospect
or of July 24th and 31st, Aldermen
Ryan and Baker not voting-
Moved by. Aldermen Jackson and
Henderson that the votes of the el
cctors on bylaw No, (15 he taken on
the 3rd day-of August, 1309, at the
Municipal buildings, Baker St.,
Cranbrook. B. C, between the hours
of nine a.m., (ten o'clock local time)
und seven p.m., (eight o'clock local
tlmfi) and that T. M. Roberts heap-
pointed returning officer," with -power
to appoint a poll clerk. Aldermen
Ryan and Raker not voting.
Moved by Aldermen Ryan and Hen
derson that the council adjourn.
Council has power to puss bylaws
for contracting dehts, by borrowing
money or otherwise and for levying
rates for payments of such debts on
the rateable lands and improvements
either or both, or rateable real pro
perty of the municipality for any pur
pose within the jurisdiction of the
Council ; but the aggregate of such
debts, except for works of local im
provement and for school purposes,
shall not exceed twenty per cent (2i
per cent) of the assessed value of the
lands and Improvements or the rem
property of tbe municipality accord
ing ti, the last revised assessment
roll.
AND WllKRKAS the present debetl
ture indebtedness of tbe City of Cranbrook, other than the indebtedness
for works of local improvement and
for school purposes, is twenty ain
thousand four hundred and fifty do!
lars and eighteen cents.  t*2it,i.r»0.18.j
NOW THKRI'.FORK the Municipal
Council of the Corporation ol the
City of Cranbrook in council assembled,  enacts as follows !—
1 It shall and may be lawful for
the .Mayor of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook to borrow upon
the credit of the said corporation by
way of debentures hereinafter men
tionad from any person or persons
body or bodies corporate, who may
he willing to advance the same as a
loan, a sum of money not exceeding
in the whole, the sum of seventy
thousand dollars (*70,00l).n0> and to
cause all such sums so raised or received tn be paid into the hands o
the Treasurer »,f the said corporation
for the purposes und with the objects
hereinbefore recited.
2 It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said corporation to cause any
number '>f debentures to be made, executed and issued for such aum or
sums as may be required for the purposes and objects aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sum of seventy
And for the payment nt i be nni
(debentures tbe following sums
LiMii Two thousand one hiinln
'and  seventeen  dollars,       i(|2.1li'.i'(i
1<)11 Two thousand two hundre
Municipal'R,u1 t-venty-two dollars and    eighty
live cents,        .^.^._,^_^
11112   Two   thousand   three huildi
and  thirty-four dollars t$2,3Sl.i
1913   Two    thousand    four   bun li
and lifty dollars and seventy cents
(?2,4fiu7
AND WHEREAS the city is desirous of purchasing the undertakings,
system, works and lands of the Company.
NOW THEREFORE the parties
hereto hereby agree as follows :
1    The   CompailJ    agrees   to   sell    to
the City all the undertakings, plants,
works, lands and system nf the Company and also the Bald water record
and also all pipes, tools, stock-in-
trade,  ntemJIls,  (IttlngB and  plant of
i!U4 Two thousand live hundred the Company and the benefit oi all
and seventy three dollars and twenty contracts made by water consumers'
cents ($2.57>t.2ui  except Ing     nevertheless,     all monies
1916 Two thousand seven hundred owing to Hie Company at the tune
and one dollars, and eighty-pi', i the City takes possession as heroin-
cents (?2,7fll .S; >, after  provided     for,  and all  monies
l.Mti Two thousand eight hpiidrellapportioned lo the date nn which the
and thirty-six dollars and ninety s:.\ City takes possession, at or (or the
cents. '   f,?2,s:.';",'iiM   prht   ui      sum ul  HRy-flve  thousand
11*17   Two thousand  nine     hdndrel  dollars, ($56,6(10,00.)
and seventy-eight dollars and seventy        •>   The      Company   covenants   with
eight cents, ($2,,J7S.7H)   the City  that they have or will   ob
191K Three thousand one hundred i tjUn title to all the said undertakings
and twenty-seven dollars and seven [plants, works, lands and system of
ty-four cents, (%'&, 127.7-1)   the Company nnd also to the     said
1919 Three thousand two hundred water record and that (hey are the
and eighty four dollars and twelve owners ol all I he said pipes, tools,
cents, ($3281.12)   stock in trade.      utensils  fittings   and
192a Three thousand four hundred plain nf Uu- Company and upon tbe
and forty-eight dollars and th rty- terms and conditions ol tins agree
four cents, ($8,448.3Ij luienl      being     compiled  with by the
1921 Three thousand sis bun trod I Olty the Company will convey io the
and twenty dollars and seventy ti e City all land owned by it free from
cents, ($8.62u.7.Vi  incumbrances     but   subject   to ease
1922 Three thousand eight hundred ments and to the exceptions, reset
and one dollars and seventy-s svi n i vatlons and stipulations in the
cents. ($3,801.77)   Crown  Grant  and  will assign to the
1923 Three thousand nine hundred city absolutely all pipes, tools,
and ninety-one dollars ami eighty una stock in-trade, utensils, tittings and
cents, ($8,991,89)  plant  of the Company and will    as
1924 Four thousand one bun Ire1 sure to the city all rights of way
and ninety-one dollars ami forty-six and easements upon and subject to
cents, ($4,191.40 j the terms and conditions upon which
1925 Four thousand four hundred I the .same respectively are held Pro
and one dollars and four cents vided always that the Company shall
($4,401.04   not he required to and will not grant
1926 Four thousand six hundred j rights of way or easements in respect
and twenty-'one dollars and twelve uf any portion of its system which
cents ($4,621.12) I passes through     government     roads
1927 Four  thousand  eight  hundred   which have been gazetted,
and fifty-two     dollars    and     twelve      a   •]■},(. city shall     as soon as pos-
cents ($4,852.12)   sible.   take  all  such  steps  as  may   be
1928 Five thousand and ninety (our necessary or proper for the purpose
dollars     and      seventy-four      cent -; ,,t bringing before the ratepayers   of
($5,094.74)  tbe city a bylaw for the raising    of
tro^andlonars' (>To,OOMO)' Zebtfl   "*>   Pive Uioubm»1  three   hundreJ  the said sun;     of fifty hve thousand
the said  debentures being of the de-|^« forty-nine     dollars and fifty-sli  l!nl ar<   ($55, ,00)    (together     with
nomination of one thousand dollars,  "J* *,-.-*# (•6.S49.56   3Uch sums as the Council  may deem
($1,000.00;) and all such debentures By » rate sufflclent therefore on all to be necessary foi the improvement
shall he sealed with the seal of the the rateable lands and improvements Und extension of the system, and m*
corporation and signed bv the Mayor »■,*■? said municipality. mediatelj     upon     such bylaw being
thereof 7   It shall be     lawful for the said   condrmed   by   thfi   ratepayers  and  at
8   The     said debentures shall bear municipal council to repurchase   an?  least  fifty-five thousand dollars ($66
date    the       1st    dav of .September,  of   the     said debentures upon    i           the moneys by the     BaJ
1909. and shall l»- made payable with-' terms as may be agreed upon Ml bylaw authorised to be borrowed he-
ln twenty years (20) from the said I tbe legal holder or balden there,, ing obtained by the city, the cay
date, in lawful money of Canada, at Jf W P»" tnereo' V "\l\\^ ^tthvilh proceed with the pur
the office of the Imperial Hank of time of sale or any snbsenuent tin chase ol the Property hereinbefore
Canada in Cranbrook aforesaid which or times, and     all debentures s,.   e-  mentioned, sub ect to the terms   and
said place of payment shall he deaig   PJ«*M«j ■*•"   orthw.th he cance - c llt ,,,> herein contained
nated by the said debentures, and | ■« nnd destroyed and no n-lnue of , sbmibl the said bylaw no* -
shnll have attached to them coupons  debentures so  repurchased  shall      he'    -- -- " 	
Id
■ ive the assent of the ratepayers of
iriHST OKANBROOK    COMPANY   BOYS'   BRIO \DE.
Under tho union auspices of the Methodlal  and  Presbytorlnu   Chiirabei.
Rev   Roliorl  Hughes.  Kuh-Captuin.
for th.   pavme.it of principal and In. *«* f" co,nseqilim« 1  such  it-pui    tll, ,,u, oi  should the moneys a .th
teres! respectively, and the signatur   •*«}.       ,,   ,   „   , ,   ««■■? r" h" S?rro*«?J ";;','T,        il
es to the said e-upous may be either    " This byh.w .hall n.ke eih-et o,  and   within -v>  (GO. days after the sad
written,     stamped   printed or litho Ufter tin- fifteenth day of Augusl   A   hyifl«  8hall have beon ftnallj  pund
vraptiaci D,« ,fl09,                                            '',",l '•'lopted,     then    and In any of
Uev.   C.   f>.   Main,   Captain.
Miss Prest who has been visiting in I   T.' W.  Roberts received a  telcgrau
Manitoba, returned Wednesday. Thursday    culling    him to Caniroso
Major and  Mrs.  Morris of  Vaiieoii | his baby bqy being seriously ill
,cr, were In town over Friday	
 . I    Mayor Kink  was al   Calgary     ihii
0. M.  Allison     returned this week week looking    up horses for tbo fin
(rom an eastern  husinenH trip.
Mrs. 0, Chamberlain of wlndormore
was a Cranbrook visitor Friday.
A.   It.   tfonwlck   of   Kort.   ,Steele   win
in town Monday.1
depart ment
1    The  Motor   Boal   Pace  and   Hasltet j
: Party,  new  films at   the  IMlBoll then
tro tonight. Don't miss seeing.tpiim
1 i; l,. Smith and .). ll. .tones of
Let bin idge were guests at the i 'os
it) op oil tan Friday.
i .James Flnlay und .1. McBweyu re
I turned Saturday Inst, from a holiday
trip to the coast, and Incidental!)
i vifllting the hlg fair at Seattle.
Don't forget     the
show this evening.
moving plctm-t
,1, 1). Witti*n nt Vancouver wns in
town Friday.
.1. Ross uml J, Teller of Fernie,
were In the city Friday.
Mrs F IU. Simpson returned Hat.ui-
dav night from a visit to Portland,
Ore.
The Pink Mercantile Co, will soon
ommenco the erection of a big ware
ISO on their lot on Maker street
the  l.eaak  building.
Captain Davidson and l.iciilenaiii ",,u
Myers, of the Salvation Army Htnff, nofl
were in Fernie this week.
The   hot   weni.her  has   Iteen   Ideal foi
l». S. Ripley and fi '■' Thompson} ,,|(, ,]nv makers, a iurge number nl
of Lothbrldge worn ni tbc Oranbrook wj,otn have been "making liny while
Thursday, j the sun shines."
'C.  O.  Stores and  W   T   Stolen     ol ~*   ■
Wawannsea  were gncst» at  the Cran-1    W.   DaWBon of f.uelph,  K.   Mec.lon
brook Wednesday. Uld  of  Spokane und  W    II .Johnson
iif l.elhhridre were registered al    the
Pnr a nice cold dish of lee Orohm| Oranhrook Thursday,
go to  Wong  Fong's, next  door     U
Putrnoro Bros , Armstrong nve
r.   The
oid tnki
■I   The  said  debentures shnll    bear,    "   This hyluw may  be cited  foi   a   Uch  events    this agreement   may  le
interest at  the rale of Hve (5)    per Purposes n; the n'«ity ol  (ran H  voided by the Company npon_ notice
centum   per    unniim     from the date OebenttlH Loan Bylaw  Sn    , ,|V,„ to the I Ity, i
thereof  and  the  principal  and   inter :    W»     "'*<    ,"»,, ?'•"", ''"'  "'    th-reupon ipso fact come null and
est on the unpaid principal shall bo the Utii day ol July, A      1809.        "--
pavuble lu oqunl instalmenta annual       ^A a third tlgl I the 20tli .In)
ly   at   the said  ofliee ol  tbe   Imperial . m Jnll, *.».,  1003
Bank of Cnna.la In Cranbrook afore .    Received  the  votes of   tne  oioetm
said,   In lawful money of Canada,  oil  on tne day of
tbe    1st     day of September In each *•D" v,1'?     , , ,    , .
veur during the currency thereof, and     Reconsidered and finally passed an
It shall be    expressed in said dohen- adopted   mi  llie ^        'i"\     n
lures nnd coupons in be ho payable. • "■ _____ "
S  It Flmll ho iBwful lor Iho Mnyor    ,,, K(l. ^0TICK „,„, M„. V1. „. „
1 the fluhl Oorpnratlo- t.. MgnttoU tn|^ P0,,y „, „„. ,„,,,,„„,.,, i)Vi„„  ,„,
on whirl, the, vole   .1 Hi'' Munlclpall |,.d   ,j,',, rl|V „,n  |C
ty     will     he liilli',, nl   tllO  M""1"!'''' ! |M1„,   fi,.,.  ,,|   inil   or  pi
uml rit'l) tin' Hiii'l ilohonturoH pi'    any
ni thorn ut par.
i;  Thoro shnl, !«• rnlnoil uml lovloi!
HEAD  THE  PHOSf EC'TOIl
In enoli your roMpootl-ely ilurlnj; the
curroncy nf mil'l ili'hi'nliirt'H for the
luiyini'iit of Interflflt, the follnwlnu
minis :
1010 Tlni'i' tlioiirinnil live hiimlroil
ilulliiiu. (|S,r,no.noi
lllll Tlirci' thntlBimd ttirpr hiitnlroil
nnil nini'lv f.mi ilollnrH nnil Hlteon
crnl.H. (IS.lWl.ir,.
1012 Thrco ihiiiiMiinil two hnmlrril
 1 olgllty ll" lollnrK      ($8,288,001
1018 Tlirci' iliiiiimiml one hnmlreil
mul sixty Blx ilnlliirs uml thirty
nentn 113,166.80)
1914 Three iliiiimnnil nnd forty-
tlirci' dollare nnd elchty et»($8,043.80)
1916  Two tHoiiHund    nine  hundred
i.nhi
..nil the   iiini' shall
.. 1 mi' null uml
City  »iii lorthwlth pr ed
.neb Rtepe ne mny he nee.ea
1 .in,  ).. ohtnfn ii i' I nncl   mfflclenl
Aiiti-i utippiy Irom Bald HI Japoph'o
Prnlrlo Crcok. by expropriation inn
iit'i'iliiu'i. in  otherwise ns the munlel
imi  incll ni Uu' City mny bo advls
'".I   mu. bull  ..!   the expeiwci   thoicol
! ii.'ini' homo In  Us- City uml  hull
iiv   Uu'  Cnmpnns    Provided,  hownv
Hint sin,nl,I tl iilu mil In' oflocl
Hi.. Com
i,nr him
Bnlldlne in the     I'Hv .,i i ,>•„i,r.... .   j (.ll(l| |  |t||
mi      Tuesday,       tho    third     day .     ,1,1,1,, 1   j ,      norl <l    f ninety
..I     AiiKUst,     1909      between     tn      ,„„ •   will repay to the Com
hour* ol nine o'clock   ten 0 cloc« 1.. „„, ■     ,,„,, „,      ,
enl time) In the morn nit, nnd „,.,■,■„.     -^ , , fc   ,,„. (,„„|llim.
o'clock lelnht o'clock locnl time)   In [J, |h[, ,. |i.|[n dcnlre
the iilti'inoon ' ,   ,, ,.        .,   .  .       ,,,,.,,|Vlm.
TMASl     \l     III llll.'ll'IX ' n,uiw     11111MI11.
thus   m   luiiiniun.     ,,„, 0Mcn|     cl( t,,,. r„tepnyors ot the
_  '   City uml  h.'inu tinullv  luissnl  nnil  ml'
Olty Clerk's OBIco „„„.,, ,„„, ,„„. „,. „„, „„„ ,„„ „,,
Crnnhrnnk. II. 1 ,,lllll„l. ,,,  ,,„, „„„„,,.. ,,v ucbenturoo
AOnntSMENT ll1"' """" ",,' ' i'> ohtnlnlnR n water
Between The Water Supply Company   '/.""^     """'   , ''    .Toeeph's Pralrlo
Limited, nnd     the   Corporation ..1  ' '""   '" " "•"""   "»'  »"ffJ'llln.    """".
Tho City of Crantironk. ""PP'V "!"  ' ' ">    n'f  '""' ,tho"B,l"5
This      a-reement       mmle       this UtW)     Inches,     subject only I,. the
19th,    da],      ol      July, 1901*,    bo-[ Continued on l'uao four. ■jaw I.
THK l'RnSl'KCTOR,    CRANBltOOK,    B     C.,     SATURDAY, 'JULY 24th, 1»».
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Cranbrook
Livery
We ask you to call and try
our new Consignment of new
ami Up in date rigs for
Winter   and   Summer,    Just
received Toppir aid Reliable
Horsed ni your disposal.
Qlve them a trial ;■.■'! be
convinced.
F*hf>'ii *: C'riiaiironk. H i
i-.stahi.imu.d   lew-
A. B. Grace*.
itim.isiiki;    A.ND    KIHTOK.
Presbyterian Church.
Sunday     School
»H»»«>4m#i*+«^^
Cranbrook  is baseball crazy.     The | past seven.
! home team gut a squeeze on Moyie    The    fraternity
will meet ut ten   a
'clock   in  the  morning  instead  of  at     -
I three p.  in.   This     is an experiment
, during the hot  weather, plau lor    it
I in  advance.
Rogular  morning  service at  eleven
o'clock.
I   Regular   eveuing    service    at half
Professional
ul  the Cranbrook
'>^*>'><*»;«;**;«*;*,l">'><**;«l**>*!*»;*»M«<*-'>
HARVEY,   McCAKTER,
ami    MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,
ORANBROOK,  B.O,
j j! Dr. E. VV. Connolly '<■
? ii • ,,
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NEWPORT
on Saturday night,
Tuesduy ol lust wl, July 13, was
Dr. iislt'i's   birthday.   Why not  irive
1 iiim it duse nt his own medicine'.'
Kvi.li'iitly prohibition does nol pro
* j lublt.   In  Atlanta there huve     been
i In. first
•st>  for ilrunkount's
i\ tnontha uf tins >
ur.
I!   miii  want  .i  i
Chocolalr      tn
SVwpnrts ;ii Tin
\\'e   liitvf   inst
Sole Atf nts
I'ranln'tHil
llltlSI
I'aim,
lm-
THE   PALM
Frank Dezall
iil'XI'.K'AI. BLACK i\\\ I II
.Mill
WOODWORK L.K
Ituiili.r Tlrea Applied
To Hus»y Wheels
ttlKN'TS   vein   CANADIAN iTi'I.I
AM)  MOl'url CO'S  BICYCLES
Kepainiij4
hpei-ialty.
P. ii.  Boi :
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!    W.   CLINE
. ' ni.. ..l.i  \h lm  u.rlier
- i..|il-!l ii b. I..nu.'. :n llir
UAXITOHA  lln'I'KI.
Work   III
I'irsl   t'liljn.
nil   lirnii.'li,
ul   tin
♦ Tonsorial   Art ♦
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Indigestion
StniiiKch trnuhl* ii butt nrmt>to*n of. •ml not
fi'i\,*^\i ft trim di seise.   W- think nf [>yiLi*i<ii-..
eartuimi, and Inilig*>il!nri at re>»l dtsemes, -ft
itioj am symptoms out*/ of * certain ipeclfle
Nt-rvt .Hiekiii-ss—iicrthinf H*«.
It wa* till! fact that first n.rr-el I - 1ml Dr. Slump
In llii cr-'iilioii 0/ tint HOW Very l>f>|>olAr stomach
Kenisdy-* Dr. Shoop'i Restorative. Going 'Urm-i
bt tiu nt'imach n-Tfi. alona im.uirht thut BiiecflH
•tnl I»Tor In Dr. Hhoopaiul hi* licsMnitivf With,
•ut tliftt orifiiiftl ami .tljtlilj vltHl pruiriplc, n*>
Hi'li Iftxtini urcomiihiliiiiciii-. v*A*r- hvp r to lm had.
for -tuiiiai'h dlitreis, itiouiinx, uillonsneM- lad
■remli and tallow comnlaxlon, try Dr. HJniup'i
Rutor*tlve--Tftbleti nr Liquid—and ««» for your.
•oir what it cnii ami will do.   W* ir.ll uml cIimi-
lullr raiomiiiaiid
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
3EATTIE & ATCHISON.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
Km a reliable local milesmtin re-
.re..eiului! I'luiuilu's Oldest nnd
irenli'sl Nurseries In I'riitilii'ook and
ilinitilng i-iiiinl ry.
'I ha 1 Iiirily nl .mi  stock   which
* i-i'mv.-ii 1.11 linii'sii.ni. Boll, mnking
• ur     in  und     biiHhea hardier and
loaaer-llved ihun coaHt grown stock,
. Bcknowlcdged hy experienced fniii
: rowero.
*• - lilli e n s|ici'i:ill v o.' growing
iiin'k  1 1   llrltlBh Coliimhlu  nnd ^hip
II  ' .  lllllll   ' .   ill;,I   pr,,vinr...
1 pel limn nt sltiinl Ion to right
■'■n   w th territory reserved.
I'm ireel ly . tree outfit. Write lor
.tt 1 InilarO,
Sun I & Wellington
FiiS'lllll.l.   NI'IISKUIUS
I'll lllXTII „  .ONT
1 '■■ •. "I in 11, r   riuTernment I
BOVRIL renovates
the blood and builds up
muscle and nerve. It is
good for children,
athletes and invalids—
good for all.
BOVRIL
it 1.- to be feared that Mr. Carne
gle It. not working ns many hours a
iluy 111 trying to die pour as Che case
demands. Even while on bis vuai
tion Mr, Hock feller keeps up his work
ul ti\in«
■   •  •
nn the whole, In Ottawa's dealings
with Chinese affairs sn far thf efttcn
cy 11, the smile compares favorably
with tdc record ol the sandbag from
the woi knit-man's point ol View in
.,i.t,-i, Columbia
Now tti.it it la fust a little hurdei
u,t immigrants to get into t he Uu
ited t-5mtes, perhaps be will nppre
date the advantage the mote Cano
da should tighten the immigration
laws ol th*- Dominion and the entrj
of immigrants into Canada would ul
30 be more appreciated
The new regulation regarding the
admission ol Chinese reflects the at
tltude of the Ottawa government on
the question of Oriental Immigration.
Also the paternul feeling ol the Do
minion government to British Cotum
mu laboring men.
Wen CLine, our hsblug expert, re
ports u fresh water monstrosity sev
en feet* long with a sharp born, ,i
sponge tall, tbe body of an eel. a
fierce disposition and acrobatic ac
comptlshraents. This marvel climbs
ititit boats to relieve fishermen ol the
catch and heats the water int. spraj
■ts it escapes. We hope Du Jer>e>
Blue law lid will cramp the activities
of this agile performer t. the disap
pointment of Sunday excursionists
Giving Away his Last Million
:::■. Ilocl.iifeller'j additional gift ol
en million dollarn to the general ed-
ic.ition board makes'a total of fifty*
.(tree million that he bus contributed
0 thi Ingl purpose. His total
;lfl to the cause of popular educa-
Ion now nggregato one hundred million ilollnr.i and are surpassed only
ii tho i 01 Mr Carnegie.
Tho 'C 1 '..11 Americans alone have
ontribiitctl more than two hundred
nillion in the advancement of the
"ti nil '"''li'.-nv, 'i'riuci'ly" is an in
idei^ttiiG word with which to des
ribn iii*-- benefactions ; for no prince
incle.'it or modern, could ever have
;lven away such sums of money even
had h" been so dfaposed.
Yet Mr. Rockefeller nnd Mr. Cur
negie, commendable us tholr efforts
have Iwn to endow the education ol
Future generations, huve really been
less generous In proportion to theii
mean;; than any other Americans
ivhose names ure not synonymous
\ith fortunes that, stagger the im-
iglimtlon,
In Chicago a few days ago It wns
iiitioiinceii that Daniel K. I'earsons
have not been so spectacular us some
lad set to work to distribute bis lust
oth'.rs, but for twenty years they
million dollars, Mr. Pearsons' irifts
'iuvc been carefully considered und
planned with a view to their highest
productiveness, particularly wherever
i here wns a deserving small college
doing some tfood work and struggling
along on iiisdtllcient Income, In this
way he bus perhaps been able with
.lis fewer millions to touch more Iiv-
•s to liner issues than has the Stand*
1 rd nil magnate. While our university presidents ure now rather belatedly giving due Itonot to the small college, .Mr. Pearsons chose it twenty
.ears ago for the special held of his
phllfintltrophy,  and  be chose well.
Now nearlng the nonagenariun term
of life, Mr. Pearsons is distributing
his lasi million, leaving only enough
lo support himself modestly during
the remainder of his days, of rugged
lealth    and      simple  habits,   bis> long
he in drawing naturally to a close.
mil   he  bids  fair  to achieve   what     is
■aid  to  lie  Mr   Carnegie's ambition,
'hat of dying u poor man. He has
bown America how great wealth can
'■ 11 ed in a way thai silences cavil
mi   eulousy,  leaving a   name    that.
vlll    'smell   sweet   und   hlossom   in the
hist."
Communications,
Department ol Agriculture,
Victoria. B.C., July 9th   1909
T   H   QUI, Esq.,
Prcs   Crnnbrook Pernie Fanners In
.Masonic Lodge will attend and worship in 11 body. The regular occu
punts ol the centre scuts are asked
to sit elsewhere for the evening so
thut that portion of the church may
be reserved for the official body. The,
gallery will be open.
Voting People's Uuild meets Tues
duy evening at eight o'clock.
The intention is to bold the annual
Sunday School picnic during the
first  week 01  August.
MiTiitujist Church
——•—
SUNDAY, JULY :'■".
Physician anu Subqeon
Office; Armstrong Ave
U.
I''. GURD.
Itarrlster, Solicitor, c
(.RANliROOK.
HOURS
'■' hi M 11.111.   u 10 , ji.m.  ; 10 . |i in
Phone Olllce 106.   Iteeldenoe 100
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B,C,
J. VV. UUTLEDGE,
M.M.V.,   VS..
tiiudiiuh'    ,,r    Ontario    Veie-Hnerj
College, Toronto, in 1808,
l.r.liinuir mm .MnUlist of Mt'KIUIpVol-
iM'inai'.v Coll.'"*-. CHlcagn, III,, in 1900
Itegtsterud     member     ol     Hrlilnh
i 'olutilblU    A--ociutiiui.
II   THOMPSON,
Uarrisit'i'. Solictor, niul
Nottu'i1 t*ubllc
onire   lU*ld ItuiUliugM,     *> - o*i n miohi * n*v -'iin-u. ai rsNtii i«
*  ORANHROOK, H.O. |#ppiqi ai mckinstrvs livbrv iarn
ORANBROOK, B.C,
Morning  ser
ship     raeel nu
School     and
Young men
Ice  ai  eleven    Fellow
at     twelve,  Sunday
bible classes ut   three.
ital   women   will   tiiid   a
.miii
welcome   at    those   ctaSSOS   oil   Sunday
afternoon, and those who do nol go
elsewhere are cordtall) Invited. The
League prayer sei \ ice at  seven   Bv
entng      service      at   7,30,  subject. The
Qospel ol Thrift, beln^ an ezplana
Hon ot the Ilutuiuu>ii government's
annuit) scheme Literature on the
subject will be given away to -ill who
wish it at the close ol the subject,
open ait  service mi [taker street ut
Mi Mil II   .X  PAK'Kl'
I'. I. S.  A  V. K
rl.'ANIlKlXiK.
IU'
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I.  I A1DLAW,
Mininy   KiuMiii'iT uml
11.C   l.iiinl  Sui'veyoi",
CUANHROOK, li C.
I hi* S.'lii I  S33.
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
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MASONRY
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P.O. Box (134.
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Calgary  Cattle  Co.
Fresh  und Salted Meats,
Fish ond Poultry in season.
LOTS    OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS JUST  ARRIVED
Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
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Mondaj    Boy's   Brigade   leave     (or                   n     a     n
•amp from  the gymnasium nt   three |                 * ■   ^B   *■■-'■
Tliesdav     Kpwortll    League   social at    cl.TrlHII    aaaaa   aiiiai
he residence ol Mr   S. Macilonald.       FH4TIIIM ORDER EAILEI
Thursday   Prayer service  at  eight <          w ^,           ■    ,
Friday   Choir practice ...  ( 10                    M*M f.w> lildaj at « |».u.
\\.  N.   BEATTY
Sext   Sunday,   august  1st.   wui  be \ kIiIh-j   [trotn-ei**  Cordlulh    Invited
tbserved as flower Sunday    Tbe ros ,
rum will  be decorated wu!i flowers,                 K.   W.    Keves.   W. Presldeil
md each boy and    girl    will please                Wm     AidefBofl,    Secretary
1 mli'i'iiikw.
I'.inliiiliiipi'.
I'uiii'ral Dlreotoi',
iring a bunch ol flowers. Recitations      \rrle l*hvKii*Iau, 1\ O. Bo.\ 24,
ind singing by the children
ORANBUOOR, B.O.
Baptist I'himti             ANCIENT ORDER ? FORESTERS:
SUNDAY, JI'I.V 85                            COURT ORANBROOK, 1B4H
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NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.C.
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M,   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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Mti. Young Men's Baraca Bible Class
md Voung Ladles Philethea Bible
'lass. Morning subject. "The great-
it unused power in the world
rning subject.     "Gideon's Btrategy
rhe pastor will preach at both services. A cordial, christian welcome to
all.
The midweek meeting Wednesday at
eight p.m.
Tbe annual .Sunday School picnic
and outing will be held on Thursday
ilternoon, July W, on St. Josephs
I'reek near the Standard lumber mill.
Parents and friends all come. .Mieet
«/ith scholars at church at one p. m.
The party will drive and return in
tmple time ("or the little ones and
heir mothers.
a.m. aud at Meet* ii Oarmei's Hull Ui *■«, 4th  ^MHMMit.MtHiHMVHififHhiViViMi-ViifVi^
-Ttanrta, ol .... ...t. .t • ,.      j Rock). Mo.lntain C1,
k. McL'owm., OkM   Raiser.3 NO.  125.  R. A. M
i'. 1. Abbott, swi»l»it.        I
Tialtlic Hii.iB.iai made weli'oiuc.
j|      llp^nlar meetinjja:—2diI Tiles*
J   iluv   in   t-ui')i   month   al fiylii
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UPIE LEAF REBEMH LODGE
XI
Moyie vs. Cranbrook.
The Moyie nine were game under
mnishment Saturday ninht and were
strictly up against it. .\s we used to
•jay Cranbrook hnd their batting
■lothes on, but Moyie did a lot of
.necking which prevented run getting.
.Moyie was helpless against the pit
■hing ol Wyndell. and never looked
langerous at any point in the game
Moyie succeeded in tying the game
by an error in the tirst half ol the
eighth inning.
If the Cranbrook nine would get
out. and do a little practising not a
team in the Kootenay would have
even a look in with them.
Following is the score hy innings :
Moyie 10000001O -2
Cranbrook 000110000--2
That was a dandy three base hit by
Wyndell.
The black Hand.
The Black Hand has made his ap,
pearance In Trail. W. II. Cochrane,
police magistrate, received through
the postnrt.ee a Black Hand letter,
which according to the post mark,
wus mailed in thin city. The missive
contained ji slip of paper with the
skull and cross bones at the top and
also tbe words : "Heath to the tyrant." Further down the sheet Was
drawn a hand which hud heen filled
in black, and also a dagger. Under
this were the words "Cochrane your
duys are numbered." The reading
matter in the communication wns all
done in printed letters, the writer evidently thinking that by thus doing
he could avoid any chance of detection. Mr. Cochran*' immediately placed the facts of tbe case with the provincial police, who have hopes ol
rounding up the guilty parties, nnd
it In stated a detective will also be
brought in to take up the case and
bring the "Black Hand" to Justice
Mtati- aviry teeond and Court!*,
Wednteday at new Fraternity
hall. S&jauring RebeRahs cordially Invited.
Mrs. F. E.Simpson, Noble Grand
Ada M. Hickenbotham, Secretary
Sojourning  Companions  are
■nrdially invited.
Lll. L. lioTiiWKLt.. Scribe R.
BOX  4 I7RA.VBKOOK, B. C.
"rlnrWnflr,"
; i   Repeat it—"Shlloh'a Our. will   always   cure   my   coutjhi   and   colds."
READ THK PROSPECTOR.
The People Back of -^
ls«.  ,.,ub Sunshine Wni j*fi
Sunshine Kurmire )*■ 'be triumph of sixty-
one years* experience -growth Irom a .small
tinshop lo io!-- acres of Hooi spate, from a half dozen
artisan* to 1,500,front an annual wage sheet ofS^.ooo
to one of $670,000, from a capital of energy to one of
$3,000,000, from obscurity to recognition an Largest
Makers of Furnaces in the British Empire. __
Sunshine^*1**.
was placed on the market ihe first furnace tcj be wholly and
solely designed by a Canadian Company. * *|
Wr employ a consulting slaft' ul furnace expert*., who are *
continually experimenting with new ideas in order that Sunshine -.
Furnace "shall nol have to travel un it.i past reputation for ™
goodness,
We buy materials in such large quantities that its quality U
fi-tiaranieed lo us. We ha**- %*nr own. testing rooms, so that supervision uf construction Is exercWd down 10 ihe fliipM detail.
McCIary£
FOR   SALE   I'V   PATMORE BROS.
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Found!
On Baker Stteet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that c;in make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Rubber Dollar   Store
C. W. VanWORMER, Proprietor
HANSON AVENUE      ■     •      CRANBROOK. B.C.
We Buy Everything
HORSES, STOVES, new and second hand  FURNITURE,   CROCKERY   and  WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what we have in stock at prices thut
will surprise you. A visit to the Dolliu' store will con
vinre you that we have the goods, and can save ;vim
lifty per cent on any goods purchased.
We Buy and Sell For Cash
A Clean Man
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Wr Deal in lu
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•ivthiiiL: ri'Hii
I .<•( oniutnt
it-Mi Sir. I hnve the honor to In
form vim thnt the provincial depart
uifiit ol agriculture li prepared to
lure 1st itudente rrom British ('"luni
inn who desire to attond the agricultural colleges .it Ouelph, Ont., 01 St.
Ainu- de Bellevue Que Aasfstance
will in- given t<< the extent ot fifty
iIoII.um tut each term to lu* paid
through the Bnrsar ..I the college selected There are two terms In ench
college year, and students arc aspect
-■'I. 11 possible, to* complete two years
courses. The terms begin in Septem |
I her unil close In April Thf endeavor
I ol the department is to place young
men ol th*- province desiring to take
.111 agricultural college course, on n
footing •■(|iuil to thai which will <*-.
ist. when .1 provincial agricultural college is established in British Coltim
M fbia Persons who desire to take advantage ut the assistance nnVn-d   arc
I requested t immuntcnte with   thli
lepnrtmont.  also  with  the  prcsldenl
if the college selecteh,  si. that neces
mry arrangements mny be made
1 have the honor t«. be, sir
Voui obedient servant,
It   M   I'AI.MKU,
Deputy  Minister u(  Agriculture,
$5.00 CASH
INK
$3.00aMONTH
tod  liiM'.mi!   Fur { ash
smnx
. STR0NC
Morden Nishett
10-SI 1*11 II. MdfAN
III' \LKIl  IN
.Ml kiml*. nl Kcciind lliiml UhikIi
li'uViilliirn n  SI'I'H'I M.'I'V
ni.YP.K OF  I'CK'S
Uutaid. «lt.«lin.«a i. lu. t|»a Ml *■ kauk. A twa m,y
•crub kim.elf . dine. time. . day, .•>, .till b. i.iliii Om4
health ana, cl.allin... aol only oul.ide, kat mM,. ll auaa.
a daaa .lonacb, clean buw.lt, ill,, bluad, a alaaa li.«r, aad
acw, clean, hc.llliy lia.uo. I'll, m.i who i. jImi ia thi. Kay
will look it and ut il. Ilr will work with «a*r|y aad ihiak
clcaa, clear, li.attliy tlimt.lii..
II. will never be troubled will, livar, lim., .leaiaeh ar blood
di.order.. Dy.peimia mid indite.lion ori.imlr ia wwlaaa .loa»
acli>. Wood di.eH.e. are found where there * aaoian blood.
(.,iiikuiii|itin„ and oronchiti. mean unclean lung..
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
preveati tlitic diitsies. Il maaa* a saam'a itssM-M atoam
and n-ndj'tiy. li ulcsni tht tUgaativs •rtfMMi sash— para,
wlcai.  bi.M.d, -md vlc-in. healthy nsak.
It  reunrsh  tout ro the nervoui hyutem, and eurei nervous •■hsmtHMi ass)
tii.   no ul -ohol nr huhir-furminif driiK*,.
moot tmi'leuii nnrlcsnliiiefiii.   Dr. I'lerot's Pleasesrt Pel*
fltt»i    ):-j,sy to Irtl.r a« cstidy.
GEO. R. LEASK & CO,
proMr4 '.m.    I
CniiB'ipsti
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'BONK 114 P.O, BOXSBo
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FVMISNED ON APPLICATION
All   kind,   of   bulldin-,   material
oonatantl** on hand.
vVATp.R  LEVEL
'MTCPJ. LRV.fi L, .. ^
SILtNT Ottr,r>l\ffliHttW
SPtXDY
on Tiieailay,  aftarnoon,   -Inly   1'Hli,
in i|iiii.i. wi-iiiiini; wiiH ceiebratfltl     )»r
: Hov. f  11   Mniii ni iiir home nl Mi.
hrlilo'H    mother    Mm, .lunii Nlitbet, [At.SO BBdOND   HANI) MAOHINHB
when MI«h     Mnrin  Nockheail  Nl»lirtl ! .    ,
mni    Wiilinii,   ii,.,„K,.   Monlen    were,      Kdll mai.k   OHHAP iND TO
I Hindi'  will' uml  hiiHlinml.  MIhh I.IIIIiiii |
I IjUiiflk   mipporteil the brlilo niul Wm.
NiMin'tt tin. ci'iniiii   The room    wns.
RKNT.
(iilrcly iii'i-iii'iiidl im ilm occmtlotii the
couple Ht.iuiiliiii:    In mi uirli nf eves
Side's f.lil   SI11111I,   lliiiisnii  Avi" 1 kii'i'iik.   Altor     the reriimiiiiy rpfmh
mi'iiiH were eerveil.  Tin1 happ* coup
Hiium nil I,, will reticle in i.'ruiilironk.
GEO. P POWELL, Agent
>rai.tioD| iT.nue.
■km 1.. Urafluus.   ■   9
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RIFE   AUTOMATIC   HYDRAULIC  RAM.
Onuble ;ir.iin» nuns pump spring water usiiiR impure water as power to operate
tliern. K'uns continuously and automatically. Pumping capacity up to 1,000,000
Gallons per day. No wearing parts except valves. Highest efficiency of any engine
mi the market. From 60 to 00 per cent, developed under repeated teat*.
Unequalled for IRRIGATION AND DOMESTIC purposes. Over seven thousand
in   use.
If vou are interested write to or see H.  Y.  Parker.
Citarrh Cured
I can cure caturrh, no matter how
ion* aUudlnn.   Caturrh In un Inlluiu
matory affection ol uny mucoiiH mem
bran, in which    there are congestion
and swelling, either In the head    or
stomach,  since Coming to Southeast
Kootenuy I huve cured over 2(1(1 run
es.   I positively guarantee a cure   or
money refunded.   Hummer Is the time
to get rid of your caturrh, cull   Und
st* rot.
I»K. TAIYBK,
Oranbrook, B.O.
BssUtence   near   N    K. Wslllngsr'e
j raeid.nca THK gtosPEOTOR,    ORANBROOK,    H     (.:
IA.TURDAY, JULY 84th,  1909.
Continued from page one
said record ul the Company, tht City
shall thereupon request tbe Company
to, anil the Company shall tbereup-
nii furnish to the City all proper
deeds, conveyances, transfers and assignments an may be necessary to
fully nnd effectually perform anil carry out the terms. And upon their so
grunting, assigning und transferring
tlie said property und all their rights
thereto to the City, the City shall
forthwith pay to the Company tbe
suld sum of llfty-live thousand dollars (Jliu.Oito.oO,, together with the
proper apportionment of moneys due
ur accruing to the Company from
t'onsiimcrs or otherwise us nod from
Die said sate.
It Is understood and agreed that
tills agreement shall be binding on
the parties hereto, their und each ol
their successors and assigns.
IN  WITNESS WHERBOF the parties  hereto  have  hereunto  set  their
corporate seals by the bands ol their
proper officers.
The Wntcr Supply Co., Limited.,
VV   V. Curd,  Vice President.
Nat Harrison. Secretary.
Tbe Corporation of the Olty ot Cmi-
tirook,
.1. I'. Fink, Mayor.
T.  M, Roberts, City Clerk.
Witness—G. II. Thompson.
HALT'S. REPORT
t'runbrook, 11. 0., 21 June, 1909.
Mayor Kink and Councillors of Cranbrook :
Gentlemen,
WATKRWORK8
I respectfully beg to band you my
report on the valuation of your city
waterworks system which figures out,
after deducting a reasonable amount
for depreciation, to be (36,321.52
This with the 30 per cent, added, as
provided for in the Act, makes tbe
total $47,213.25.
On u sepurate sheet I show th.
number of bouse services to be 406,
which, with the four meters installed
and allowance for depreciation, make
a total of (9,132.63.
These house services will have to
be adjusted between yourselves and
the company, because the company
have already received a very large
amount ot cush from the water takers, considerably less than their total cost probably, so that the Company could only claim un equity ot
tbe balance, and this balance, 1 presume, would be subject to the additional 30 per cent. also.
I have also added a sheet giving a
list and value of stock and tools in
hand, amounting in all to (2,152.10,
this, however, could not be subject
lo the additional 30 per rent.
1 would like to say that in looking
iuto the design ol the works from an
engineering standpoint, it will be necessary, iu order to get any kind of
immediate relief and safety for yonr
City to spend (15,000.00 to cover un
18 inch conduit pipe from Dam to the
brow of the tirst hill, then soma 14
inch, 12 in and 10 inch.
If tbe Hunt structure wus not ln
place I would rather advise you to
gravitate the running of water of the
creek into a good sized, covered res-
erpoir at or near the brow of the
hill, so as to get nt all times good,
clean, cool water, free from Algui
growth and other impurities.
In conclusion let me add thnt I
have collected all the necessary data
for the sewerage of your city, und
will carefully decipher und prepare
report with plant und estimate ol
cost Inter on, and hope to be able to
forward same to you about the and
of next month.
The locution for outlet will be near
the intersection of St. Josephs Creek
with the O.P.R. main line eust, where
two or three ucres cun be acquired
for treatment of sewage and purification works.
(Signed)        JOHN GALT,
Consulting Engineer for Gait and
Smith.
VALUATION  OF  WATERWORKS
Cranbrook, B. C, June 21st, 11109.
Tbe Mayor and Councillors of Oranbrook :
Gentlemen,
In accordance with your Instructions I lmve carefully examined Into
the waterworks system at present
owned nnd operated by your local
company, and now beg to submit
herewith the following valuation in
conformity with the terms and conditions of the Provincial Water Works
Act, which covers the actual cost ol
duplicating same ns it is at present
installed, less a reasonable amount
for depreciation.
I Water Record, Land, Rtght-of-
Wuy and Expenses :
Water llecord, Expenses 115.60
Do,  government fee       l.'i.7*i
Application for permission o
court 107:U
Kxpt'iisi's re petition 25.00
Filing Plan 10.69
linker  Estute,  Records,   Right-
of-way und Pluns 500.00
Land,   Roblnson-McKensie 3.10.00
Expense re linker's claim 45.50
Expense,   re   Robinson McKenzie 41.00
(1,307.72
II Ilnin and Reset voir.
Dam complete with hulk head,
waste weir, and outlet, piping 12 Inch, 10 Inch, flO inch
valve and   boxing 2,mm.00
Preparing Reservoir basin 400.011
(3,
200.00
Rack
III. Excavation, Laying Pipe,
Filling It Cartage.
."iiMii lineal feet    8 Inch supply
main at 80c. (4,032.09
7220 lineal feet, 8 Inch    supply
main at 90c. 6,499.00
main at 75c 4,395.09
.1,1160 lineal feet 6 inch    supply
16,778 lineal feet 4 inch supply
main at 60c 10,
S.588 lineal feet 3 Inch supply
muln nt 50c. 4
378 lineal feet 2 inch     supply
muin nt 45c
43,864 (29.455.89
IV. Special  Castings,   Vnlves   and
Fire Hydrants in Place.
11,000 lbs. special castings 280.00
5 8 Inch valves and boxes 200.00
I 6 Inch vnlves and boxes 140.00
28 4 Inch vnlves nnd holes 400.00
li ,1 inch vnlves and boxes 100.00
4 2 Inch 40.00
I 4 Inch pressure valve 50.00
5 li Inch lire hydrnnts 376.00
18 4 inch lire hydrnnts 900.00
(2,695.00
V. F.nglnerring
Designing Plnns and supervising
Construction 1600.00
Totnl cost new construction (38,208.62
VI. Depreciation.
Ill p.c. on (2,800, Dnm      280.00
5 p.c.   on  $32,140 (3-4)   1,607.00
1,887.00
Total valuation
SUMMARY.
(36,321 52
VII. Total valuation        (36,321.52
Add 30 per cent, on ail but government fee,  vis, (36,305.57
10,891.73
(47,213.15
(Signed) JOHN GALT
Consulting Engineer.
VIII. House Durnishlugs
248 single i inch services complete (20.00 (4,860.110
6 double i inch services, complete (23.00 138.00
91 single , inch services com-    .
plete 122.00 2,002.00
41 double a iuch services, complete (25 1,025.00
single 1 inch services, complete (15 175.00
4 double 1 inch services,   complete, (3H 120.00
1 single li inch service, complete (20 30.00
1 double li inch service, com
plete (35 3.1.00
2 single li Inch services, com
plete, 438 (6.00
2 double li inch services, coin
plete (40 80.00
7 single 2 inch services, complete (35 316.00
1 single 1    Inch service, com
piste (45 45.00
406 (8,991.00
Less 7 p.c. for depreciation    682.37
Valuation
(8,268.62
IX. Recording Meters.
2 4 Inch meters Installed complete with boxing 1350 700.00
8 3 inch meter, etc., (160 160.00
1 2 incn meter (100 100.00
(960.00
Less 10 p.c. depreciation    96.00
Valuation (864.00
(Signed) JOHN GALT,
Consulting Engineer
X. Stocks and tools on hand.
175 lineal feet 8 Inch pipe at 40    70.00
360 lineal feet 6 inch wood pipe
at 35c 126.00
2,500 lineal test 4 inch wood pipe
at 25c 625
260 lineal feet 3 inch wood pipe
at 20c 2.00
large ijiiuutity of 18, 14, 12, anil III
inch pipe, beglnnlug at the dnm with
the U inch pipe, ami following the
old line ol s inch pipe down to a
uoint on hldward street, whlcb is op
poslte Mr. linker's house. .Mr. Halt
Informed us that ll would not be no
cessary to install the 10 in.n pipe
this year, sa we decided to rut ilns
■ut, and in all probability tlie $1.1.nun
asked lor new Improvements, lu audi-
tion to the $.1.1,11111) may not be required.
I believe that 1 have placed all the
facts before you, hut If there is any
one who does not fully understand
this bylaw, if they will kindly call on
any member of the council or myself,
we will be glud to furnish any information they desire. Personally speak
ing, us a citizen, 1 believe the Council have secured a fair price, and that
it is a good proposition, because it
will pay a good revenue to the city.
As fire chief 1 cannot recommend tt
too strongly, because we need tut
better lire protection than we have
at the present time ; not only more
water, but we need more hydrants.
Any experienced tire chiel will tell
you that it is cheaper to have lots
of hydrants than it 'is to have lobs
of hose, because one length of the
kind of hose we have In our balls in
Cranbrook is worth us much ub a hydrant is. The hose will burn up. hut
the hydrants will not, und arc therefore very much cheaper, and everyone
agrees that we should have moro water for lawn purposes.
Sincerely  vours,
.1.   P.  FINK,
Mayor.
3295
5 6 inch fire hydrants at (40
2 4 Inch valves
94 valve boxes
1 2 inch recording meter
1 1 inch recording meter
1 J inch recording meter
(873.00
200.00
35.00
175.00
75.00
16.00
12.00
(523.00
65 i inch corporation cocks at
(1 6.1.00
87 * inch corporation cocks at
(1.70 62.90
12 1 inch corporation cocks
(2.50 30.00
60 i curb cocks at (1.30 78.00
18 S inch curb cocks at (2 36.00
14 1 inch curb cocks at (3.30      46.20
15 5 inch hose bibs at (1 15.00
12 i Inch lever stop and waste
c at (1.25 15.00
1 2 inch gate valve (8 8.00
Pipe clamps and fittings 15.00
1 water guage 10.00
Tools, valves and wrench 150.00
I  Pittsburg    thawing    machine
with sleigh 200.00
(756.10
Valuation (2,152.10
(Signed) JOHN GALT,
Consulting Engineer
TO THE RATEPAYERS OF CRAN
BROOK :
The Council having heen approached several times, and the feeling generally seemed to be that the city
should acquire the, waterworks, the
Council engaged Mr. John Gait, Con
suiting Engineer, who has designed
and installed water and sewer systems ln most every city between Vancouver and Montreal. Mr. Gait came
here and went Into the matter with
the Council, and arrived at his con-
elusions after carefully inspecting tbe
system from the city to the dam.
Mr. Gait has perhaps installed more
water and sewer systems than any
other man In Canada, and the Council feel that they secured the very
best adviser possible to be secured,
and that his report in a (air and reliable one. The Council, after many
meetings with the Water Supply Co.
got them to consent to a price
(55,000.00, based entirely on Mr
Gait's report, excepting two Items.
Mr. Gait's report shows the total
valuation of (54.693.4S. The Council
decided after careful investigation to
allow (495.00 (the actual cost to the
Company) extra on a thawing much
ine and hydrants, which makes a total of (55,188.45.
I wish to call jour attention to
the agreement between the Water
Supply Co., and the Council, whlcb
appears ia another column of this
paper. Tou will notice therein the
Company has agreed to deliver to the
city a clear title to all Its'lands and
wnrks, and 100 miners inches of water. Although Mr. Oalt has advised
the Council that 100 inches ol water
is sufficient lor a population of ten
thousand, we have gone further and
have begun expropriation proceedings
to ensure 500 held under as old right.
As we do not anticipate any contest
to our proceedings, the expense in
securing this 500 Inches will be very
small. Unless we secure a good suf
detent water supply we will not buy
the system. While the Water Supply
Co., haven't deeds to the ground on
which the reservoir is located, and a
small portion ol the right ol way the
matter Is entirely clear, and ts only
a question ol time until they are In
possession ol those deeds, and will be
able to deliver tha same to the city
In case the bylaw carries. Our reason
lor placing tne bylaw before these
matters were entirely cleared up, Is
to save time. The improvements recommended by Mr. Gait will require
two or three months to install, and
it is desirous to get these pipes down
before (Tost comes again. Also the
city would save thirty per cent, on
the cost il they do the work, because
the Water Supply Co., would be en-
titled to their thirty per cent, on
these improvements, as well as on
the old work, should they be allowed
to do It. As mentioned above, you
will . notice in another column an
agreement which the Company has
given the Council to furnish clear titles to everything, and unless they do
so the money would not be paid over
to them. II this bylaw carries, and
the present water rates are maintained, and the city nan operate tbe water plant as cheaply as the Water
Supply Co. have, the prolts will be
ample to pay both interest and prln
clple on every dollar we have borrowed, Including tba school and this
waterworks bylaw U it carries
Mr. Gait recommended putting ln a
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
 o-	
District of East Kootenuy.
—.—
Take uotice that 1, John Angus
Fergusson ot Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, inteiul to upply
for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing
at a post plunted at the S.W. corner
ol lot No. 1113, theuce west 20 chains
thence nortb 80 cbalns, thence eust
20 chains, thonce south 30 chains to
place of commeucemeut, containing
160 acres more or loss.
John Angus Fergusson, locator.
Dated July 9th, 1909.
ORANHROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, George It. Bolster of Pincher Creek. Alberta, occupation horse dealer, intend to apply
lor permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of the International boundary
line and about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 anil adjacent to the north west corner of
Henry E. Hyde's locution, heiiig the
south east corner, theuce west Kll
cnains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, and then south ' 80
chains to the point of commencement, and contnining 640 ucres
more or less.
George B.  Bolster, l.ocntor.
George W.  Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909.       '    16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
—,—
Take ootiee that I, Thomas William
Leask, occupation, mill owner, inteiul
to apply tor permission to purchase
an. hundred and sivty acres of land,
beunded as follows :
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Lot 843.1, and
thence west 40 chuins, thenee south
4# chains, thence east 411 chains,
tbence ninth 40 chains.
Thos. W.  I,euBk,  Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 2nd. 1409
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
East Kootenay, Southern Division
■     O	
Take notice that I, Andrew B.
Grace of Cranbrook, occupation journalist, intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following des
cribed lands : Commencing at a post
planted at the N.W. corner of lot
6425, thence west 80 chains, theuce
south 80 chains, thence north 80 chain
to place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
A.  B.  Grace,   Locator.
Dated April 21st. 1909. 2ti
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Harry Mcintosh
of Halcyon, B. C, occupation Hotel
keeper, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted at about one mile west of
the Flathead river and one mile north
ol the International boundary line,
and west of lot 73311, being the north
east corner, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 90 chains, thence north
(0 chains, thence east 80 chuins to
the point of commencement uud containing 640 acres more or less.
Hurry Mcintosh, Locator
George W, Kerr. Agent
Located  Mulch  28tll.  1909. 17
CRANBROOK  LAMJ DISTRICT
District, ol East Kootenuy.
Take notice that. I. Thomas hid-
an! Murphy, occupation station
agent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at u post plant
ed on the north hunk of the Moyie
river, opposite the N. K. corner ol
lot No, 8745, thence ninth 411 rnulns,
thence enst 20 chains more or less to
the Moyie river, thence following the
meandering of the Moyie river to
place ot beginning, containing 80
acres more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy.
11. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 21st, 1909. 17
OOAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE!,
1. Notice Is hereby given that Unity days ufter dute I Inteiul to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands and Works lor u license
to prospect for coal ami petroleum mi
the following described luiuls. situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbla, block 4593, commencing at a
post plunted nt or near 1 mile cult
of the present 0. P. R. survey line nt
33 mile post, uml being tlw northeast
corner of the M. A. Mncdonald claim,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
M chnins, thence east 811 chains, anil
thence north 80 chnins to the poinl
•f commencement, inakinc MO acres
more or less.
M.  »   Macdonnld. Locator
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located April 23th,  1909. 24-6
Hollow (ironnil
As Illustrated
mrnfrM.Ttwmm
$2.50   2
Double Concave for     t n.i      ,J
Extra Heavy Beards
—.,    Sel oi Two in
Leather Case
$5.50,
Carbo (Magnetic , nn
Y_   Strop                 I*vU
THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION
Strop Aide
25c
NO HONING NO GRINDING
m
NO
MORE
RAZOR
TROUBLES   l
365
CLEAN SHAVES
EVERY YEAR
^/jfff^^^M
THAuE MAN,?*?-IZ-S?' .
NO
NEW BLADES
NO
ANNUAL TAX
THE
aWimm
t*
RAZOR
KVERLASTINO
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS have rcvolutioniici razor makinj-ther »« TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS -the Heel  used in  their manufacture  is of  the finest English and
Swedish make.   This wonderful discovery is the result oi years oi experiment and study, and at last there has been
produced a razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by (ire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel.   All other makes oi razors must br HONED  AND  GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time.  CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING
or GRINDING during a lifetime in private use; they are  all tempered  alike, every  part of their blades being  subjected to
the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY.  CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage oi this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit I You will save
$5000 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy oi "Hints On Shaving" This booklet illustrates the
correct razor position for shaving every part oi the iaee (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKliN FROM LIFE)-it also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out oi them, drop us a card, and we will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, flakers,        '    "
l> Hook STOKRH
459-461 Broadwav. N. V.
OERTIOTOATB OF THK K12GISTRA
TION'    OK    AN  EXTRA- PHI )VIN*
OIAL  COMPANY.
"Companies Act, 1897"
ICOATj   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
xe chains, thence south 80 c
thence eust 80 chains tu tht.
«f commencement, mnking 640
more nr less.
Lewis Hilton,  Lu
John Livingstone,
Ac
T HEREBY CKRTIKY that the
"Seippel Timber Company" has this
day heen registered ns an extra-provincial company under the "Companies Act 1897" to carry out or to at
feet all or.utiy oi Hie objects of the
Company to which the legislature of
British Columbia extends.
The head oHice of the company Is
situate at Stillwater, .Minnesota.
The amount of the capital of tlie
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each.
The head office of the company in
this province is situate at the city of
Oranhrook, and Alexander R. Mac
dona hi, Harrister-at-law, whose ad*
dress is Cranbronk, B.C., is the attorney for the company. Not em
powered  to issue and  transfer stuck.
The time of the existence of the
company is thirty years [rom the
27th day of August, 190IJ.
The Company is limited.
Given under my hand aud seal of
office at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this Hist day of March,
one thousand nine hundred and nine.
(L.8.)    S.  Y.  WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies,
The object for which this company
has heen established   and    registered
are :—
To do all kinds of manufacturing
and trading business; to purchase,
own, hold and dispose of timber and
all the products of timber; to carry
on and conduct a general logging,
lumbering and manufacturing business; to erect, buy and sell saw-mills,
shingle-mills, planing mills, and all
other mills and factories; to establish, operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, hold, manufacture, sell and deal in any and all
kinds of goods and wares, merchand
Ise and personal property of every
character and description; to own,
buy, sell, lease and improve lands
wherever situate; to build, equip,
and manage water flumes for the
transportation ol wood, lumber, tim
her and timber products, and lo do
all such business as mnv be Incident
a) thereto. 18-4
3, Nutice is hereby given that thirty days alter date I intend to apply
to the Honourable chief Commission
er oi  Lands and Works (or a license
to prospect, for coal and petroleum on   Located  April .th,  W09,
the following described lands, situate NOTICI-'
in Southeast  Kuutenay,  British Columbia, block  4508. commencing at a
pust.  planted at or  near  1   mile east      Notice IH <»raby «*ve"  llmL  '   ,U|V
of the present 0. P, R, survey line at  left    mJJ    outstanding  accounts   wll
27 mile post and being the northeast )M- A' Macdonald, of Harvey, Mn'ar
corner     of    Thomas   Leask's claim,  Mr * Macdonnld, for collection,
thence   west  80  chains,   thence  south  11 JOHN  DR'/ALL
SO clinins,  Ihence eust 80 chains, nnil  •
thence north' Mi chains to the point
of commencement,    making H40 acrep
more or less.
Thomas Leask, Locator.     ,„ . ..     TT0I~7   ,. ,,  ,
John  Livingstone,   Agent.1   /'^    5°«*    ,m,t   '• ge«pKe   V'
Located April 7th. 1909. 24-li.  ,,f   Cranbrook,     occupation    mil -a/
- ■-•■    - - i conductor,   intend   to apply   for  pei
1 mission to purchase the following dee*
• cribed lands: Commencing at n potl
| planted at the'N. 18, corner ol lot
|8527, thence east 40 chains, thence
chains, thence wesl 40
to the
point of commencement, containlnij
two hundred and sixty acres more ot
lean.
George Welch,  Locator.
ORANBROOK  LAND LlSTItK
District of Kuutenay.
COAL   AND   PKTROLEUM NOTICE,
4.   Notice is hereby given that thir*
Ity days after date I  intend  to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission ,      .,
er of  Lands and Wnrks for a license!9"11 "   V,, ,.   ,..    .
to prospect for coal and petroleum on j l'htti?H' ,thence Borth ,,f' clmln
the following described lands, situati   p",m  "'
in  Southeast   Kootenay,   British  Col
umhia,  block  4508, commencing at a
post planted  at or near 1  mile easi
of tho present O. P. H. survey line at
J27 mile post and being the southeast
| corner of Harry H, Hughes claim,
; thence    north 80 chains, thence  wesl
80   chains,     thence south 80 chains.
thence  east  HO  chains  to  the    point
of commencement,    making (>40 acres
more or leas.
.'* Harry  H.   Hughes,   Locator
John Livingstone,  Atzent.
^Located  April 7th,  1909. 24-5
GOAL ANU PKTROl.EUM NOTICE.
July  10,  1909
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT,
District  nr Bast  Kootenny
Tave notice that I, Helen A. His
coi, married woman, of Port Perry,
Ontario, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following ilea*
ribed lands; Commencing at a post
..anted at the south west corner of
lot 8552, thenee south 50 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence nortli 50
chains, thence west 40 chains, to the
point of commencement,     containing
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District uf Kast Kootenny.
Take notice that 1, Harry W. Mel
lou ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
prospector, intend to apply to the
commissioner of lands and works for
permission to purchase the following
described lands : Commencing at a
post planted su chains west of the N
W corner of lot No. 6426, thence south
80 chnins, tbence east SO chains,
thence north sn chains, thence .vest Ku
chains to pluce of-beginning contain
Ing 1.10 ncres more or less.
Harry      William   Melton
Dated   June   10th,   1909, 2-1
Foil  s.M.r;
Powh,    Cnlves,    Pure    Ured     llerkaitlrt
IV--.   I-.j-j-h   foi   Settinu,   Pure   Plymouth
WANTED.
1.1V E   Hi a *K V    MOONTA1N  (.((ATS
Live Rocky Mountain Coats ar«
/anted for Zoological purposes, per
nits to catch nnd export these am
nnls will Iw* Issued by the Provincial
uthorlties,      address —
DR,  CECIL FRENCH,
Naturalist
Washington, P.c
5.   Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date I intend  to apply
I to the Honourable Chief Commission-  200 acres more or less
1 er of Lands and Works for a  license Helen A. Hlscox,
! to prospect for coal and petroleum on ( J. C. Cummlngs, Locator.
the following described lands, situate 1    May  19th,  1909. 21
in  Southeast   Kuutenay,  British  Col
umbia,  block  4598,  commencing  ut
: post  planted  at   or  near  1   mile  east
Of the present O. P,  It. survey line at
27 mile post and being the southwest
i corner    of   the     Thomas  I ,ee clai m,
thence  north  HO    chains,  tbence  enst
180    chains, • thence   south SO chains.
thence west   80   chains to   the point
, of comniPiieement,    making 640 aerefl
more or less.
Thomas Lee, Locator
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located  April 7th,   1909. 24-5.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay,
Take notice that I, Mrs. McFarlane
of Cranbrook, occupation married
woman, intend to apply for permis
sian to purchase the following des
crlbed lands: Commencing at a post,
planted at. the north east corner of
Cooper's pre-emption, thenee west lft
chains, thenee north 20 chains, thence
oast to Moyie river, thence following
down stream to plneo of commence
rncnt.
Mrs    Sadie   .1,   McKnrlaiie
H.  Melton,   Agent.
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAN! DISTRICT
District or Fast Knot.faay.
.» —
Take noi ice that I. Walter Drucc
MrKuthiiw »>i Crnnbrook, occupat Inn
merchant, intend to apply (or pormiH
ion tn purchase the fuiiowiutr dr*i
.ribed lands Commencing at u post
planted at. the southeast corner at
lot 8435, thenee south 70 chains,
theuce east 20 chains, tbence north .!#
Chains') thence enst 2f cha!ns, thence
north 40 chnins, thenre west 40 chains
to place of eutnmencement.
Walter Bruce McFftrlnne
Duted April 3rd,  1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTTCE
10 Nutice is hereby given that thir
ly days after date 1 intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission
or of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
iin Southeast Kootenay, British Onl
[ nmbifl, block '1593, commencing at a
post planted nt or near 3 mites east
of the present C. P, It. survey Hue at
28 mile post, and being lhe southwest
corner uf the David Moore claim,
thenee east 80 ehnlns, thence north
K0 chnins, thence west. 80 chains,
thence south "0 chains to tbe point
of commencement, making 040 acres
mure ur less.
David   Moore,   Locator
John Livingstone, Agent,
Locnted   April   7th.   1909. 24 5.
oo'm,-~and   PETROLRJUM NOTICK.
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenny;  Southern
Division
liar.
Take nociO theft 1, wliv
Barber of Vancouver, B.C., occupa
tion real estate agent, intend t" tip
ply for permission to purchase th
following described lands Comment
Ing nt a post plauted at the n<
east corner of timber license 3236 he
ing uu the south bank nl tbe :>
Mary's river, thence west *0 chains
thence north 60 chains more ur less
thence down stream of said river V>
pluce of commencement ami contain
ing 820 acres more or less.
OLIVER HARVEY  BARBER
May 1st,  1909. 22-!
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
liistrict bf Kast  Kootenay
Take notice that L Harvey Hough
land, of Cranbrook. B. 0., occupation
Rancher, intend to apply for permis
slon to purchase the followiog des
cribed lands Commencing at a post
planted 20 chains west of she south
cast corner of lot 5247; thenee west
"i'i chains. thence south SO chains,
ihence east '.'" chains, thence north
8fl chains
Harvey Houghland,
Dated  July  l.'tb,   1909.
th
Notice 1
III
I'Oliy nlvi'ii Hint thir
iy
ill
n nfii'i
■ III
Ir 1  Ini
I'llil   In  n|i|ilj
in
III
' ll..mu
'.'ill
c Ohlcl
Cominlfutlntt.
to
III-
l.iiinl.
I81I0CI   ll
mil
Winks
ial uml
fnl   ii   lli't'ime
notrolaiitn on
111
f
'III .Willi-
ilt'Hrl'iliril
IIII'lH,   Sltllllt.
III
Si
iillii'iml
Ki
iiti'lmv,
British I'ol
Illi
III
, block
■ir.
::.  inniiii'-iii-inr   nl   ii
1"'
^1
planted
nt
in nenr
1   miles  eilllt.
III
III
' piTHIMl
c
P. It.
lUfvey line nt
29
in
ll-    IHlKl,
Ull
1  lirlllt;
the Hntithent
corner    of    tlie Lewis Hilton claim,
thenco north i" chalna, thence   west
(1IIAN11R00K  I.ANli ntS'i'itir-l
IMstrin nl Hint Kootenny
Tuki- notice thnt Percy Ohm-lea t'oe
nl Oranhrook, B.C., occupation n!""i
foreman, Intend" to apply loi penme
slim to purchnHO the followlnu ilea
rrilii-il luiuls: Commencing nt » po«t
planted 10 chains N ol R.R rornox of
lot 4H2. thence ea»t t" rl.nln- , Iheni-'-
south SO chains, thence wesl to rhnins
thence north SO chains, i» poinl ■■'
ciiiiiiiiencement
Percy Oharles One,  Locator,
.fumes Wllllntti Mooro. Ai-.m
llnteil April I-'. 1909 II'
NOT1CTI!
Take notice thnl I Intend to apply
to the luparlntondcnl nl provincial
police alter tlilils (30) days Irom the
Brat iippeiirmirr ol Ihls notice fur the
transfer from onrsolves to Willi.un .1
Allen anil A. I. t'nuvlcy of the li
rense to sell liitonii-ntini: liiiiiors nl
the Kails. View llnli-l In Marysvllle.
British Columbia.
CHAftl.KH R. PINCH
Dnted April 30tn, A I).. 1909.        -1
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
liistrict ot  Kootenay.
Take  nol  that   I.  Ruben   Burns
Benedict ol Mayook,': occupation lum
bcriunii. Intend tu upply fur permis
smn tu purchoie the following des
crlbed Imiils Cloinrnenclnn at n post
planted al n point s" rhnins wi-st ui
the N W cornel of Lot No. (416,
tbence 80 chains south, them-p east
so i-liuliir tlieiii-,. north so chains,
thenee wesl sn '.limns to tbe puint uf
commencement, containing nl" acres
mure ni less
Hubert  Hums Benedict.
,    liule.l  M.,v   Slh,   19011 24 ll
i-iiVI.   AND    l-KTItll|.l''.IM  MITH'K
fi    Notlci   s hereby'glven that tltli
ly   ilnys ullei   illili-   I   IntOIld   lu   upply
t.u the Honourable I'luei Commission
ei "( Luiuls uml Works for n license
ia prosper! for coul and petroleum un
tho followlnu described luiuls, situate
in Soiitheiisi Kootcnily, British Ool
nmhln, block 1593, commonclng ul u
nasi planted si ui'iii-nt I mllo eusi
•I the proscnl P  P  U  survey Uric ht
2V mile posl   .uul being  tin rlbwrsl
carnci nl Hurry (Iraceaon's clalnti
theuce south sn chains; ihence end sn
chnins, tbence north sn chains,
I thence wesl SO chains to the point
"f commencement,    pinking i.i" acres
Harry  Orucoson,   Locator
.lohu Livingstone. Auent
L.i'-ntnl   Vplll   7th,   llllll. 24-fi
THK      I'llllSPKITnit      IR      l'P-Tn
11ATK IN ITS JOB WORK. UIVH
US A TRIAL ggffl I
THK 1'KoSPKCToR,    ORANBgOOK,    It     r,   SATURDAY, .IUI.V Mth, 1909.
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Stock
the
of Furniture Dumped on
Cranbrook Market at
Cost Prices.
OUR REASON IS
Too  Heavy *\  Stock  for  Midsummer,  and the extreme dull trade in  Furniture for the last two months.
For Staple  Goods our Stock   is the  largest and  best assorted in the district.     We have recently added three large
- carloads to our stock,  and are in position to fill any orders.       ■ '
At Former Sales
Our   Prices   have   done   the   talking, so in this case, we
you are  in  need of any article mentioned below
give   below   prices   that   in    convincing    terms,   must   if
cause you to feel That now is the Time to Buy.
LADIES WRITING  DESKS.
...     ■    KIX     ■   ,
Ylil'll BEDROOM I'll SITTING ROOM IH MIT COM-
I'liHTK WITHOUT A SKAT WRITING DESK. WK 11AVI'l
THEM IN S OAK, QUART'lilRBB OAK, EARLY ENGLISH
AND COLUMN FINISH. ALL MUST Un AT EXACT COST.
Nu. tin IS A SNAP ; UNCI. PRICE 510.76, MW      il 32
BUFFETS  AND  SIDEBOARDS.
 in	
BUFFET, UNO. $06.1)0, NOW     < '
IS A HANDSOME PIECE nl'' FURNITURE,
l.l.-'IIED. LARGE MIRROR. YOU USE
,1 THREE TIMES EVERY DAY, HAVE
Nn. IK I
Till
QUARTER '-I-!',   l-'i
vni'i! I'iMM. iioo;
TUB Ni,UHOUNIll.l>
Till'! I'VlANt'H OF '
THIS  AT LITTLE I
LARGE
YOUR    A   'Mil-
call;-:]' io
o:   Hi-;;
NEAT AMI WELL FURNISHED.
V'.lll LICK TIME. IS NOW. TO 11(1
■I 1ST.
Kl.M S1DKIOAKD »13.48
ition   is    particularly
"ur tremendous line
;s:;i:rs anu stands,
i ,, 	
Nn. 7011 IlKESSEll AND STAND, Kl.M WOOD, THREE
DRAWERS, MEDIUM SIZE. HIllTISH BEVEL
MIRROR,   21x14 ,    I   H8
Nil, GtiG7, QUARTER  I'll IIAK   TWO PIECES    REG
PKIl'E  tl'"".   GOING   IT 2T   ''"
WE  CAN   rtHOW   Vul.l   17   I'lFEEHI-NT    DBSIONfi      IN
DRESSERS,   IN    U.I.      KINDS   OF   WOOD   EM El'T   E   K
SPACE Wll.I. NOT PERMIT r- TO DESCRIBE THEM ALL
IN     BVIOH,     I INK    THK   ri'ST  TO   Is   WILL   HE  Till-
SKI.LINO  rlllOK TO  VOI
LOUNGES.
.... xxx	
IN SOlID LEATHER, AMERICAN LEATHER.
VALOUR AND VARONA COVERS.
_-_ xxx	
N'n. 714 IS OUH REST BARGAIN, SOLID OAK
FRAME, COVERED IN AMERICAN LEATHER,
U1MOND TUFTED, RBO. $36.nn. Now 	
Nn.    286,    GREEN  VARONA COVER,  VERY  LARGE,
SPRING EDGE,  REG. $31.60, NOW     20 8!
MANY   LINES TO CHOOSE FROM,  PRICES RANGING
FROM $7.00 TO $4.r,.lln_ALI. REAL 0. C. S.  BARGAINS.
PARLOR ROCKERS.
CHAIRS AND  DINERS.
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14 DIFFERENT STYLES OF PARLOR ROCKERS WITH     COMMON OHAIRS, SINGLE STRETCHER	
PRIONS FROM .$('.00 TO $11.00, ALL WILL GO AT COST.       COMMON OHAIRS, DOUBLE STRETCHER	
LEATHER, WICKER AND UPHOLSTERED GOODS TO    COMMON CHAIRS,   DOUBLE    STRETCHER, DOVE
MEET THE  SAME FATE, IN  MANY CASES    COST   OF 1 TAILED UNBREAKABLE SEAT 	
THESE  GOODS   WILL BE DISREGARDED, IN FACT     A I  DINERS, ALL WOOD, SPINDLE BACK 	
NUMBER   OF   PIECES   ARE   MARKED AT JUST HALF    DINERS, ALL WOOD, ROUND BACK	
PRICE. \ DINERS, ALL WOOD, PANEL BACK 	
IF YOUR PARLOR OR DEN NEEDS AN EXTRA PIECE \ DINERS,   ALL   WOOD, S. OAK, SET OF SIX,   IN
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118      OF FURNITURE, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
PARLOR CENTRE TABLES.
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MOST USEFUL   ORNAMENTAL  ,*IECE   OF
FURNITURE  THAT ANY  HOME
CAN  SECURE.
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No :17.-,. GREATEST VALUE IN THE STORE, HAS
THREE DRAWERS. LARGE ROOK ACCOMMODATION, WITH GLASS DOUR ; MAGAZINE OR
MUSrO   CUPBOARD    AND  WRITING  TABLE,
REG    PRICE »2ll.nn,  SALE  PRICE      18   70
WE HAVE SEVEN ONLY OF COMBINATION SECRETARIES ALL DIFFERENT DESIGNS, VALUE IN FVEIIV
PIECE E'jr u, T" THE ONE DESCRIBED ABOVE.
YOUR FRIENDS ARE ENTERTAINED IN YOUR
PARLOR, AND A NICE CENTRE TABLE ALWAYS SETS OFF A ROOM—HERE 18 A BARGAIN. OUR BEST SELLER IN SOLID QUARTERED   OAK   TOP,    SIZE 24x24,  REGULAR
PRICE, $0,011, NOW       II  99
THIS IS NOT ALL—EVERY CENTRE TABLE IN THE
STORE MUST DE SOLD, AND THE PRICE WILL RE THE
MOV I Nil  FORCE.
EXTENSION TABLES.
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No. t.;,  ELM, S LEG, ll FT.  EXTENSION       6  58
NO. 5, ELM, II LEG, 0 FT. EXTENSION       7  98
NO.  180, ELM, f, LEG, 6 FT.  EXTENSION    10 08
NO. Villi. QUARTER CUT OAK, 8 FT. EXTENSION... 21 10
ol'R DISPLAY OF EARLY ENGLISH AND GOLDEN
FINISHED QUARTER CUT EXTENSION TABLES IS THE
REST IN TOWN, AND THE PRICE AT THIS GREAT
SALE IS SURE TO RESULT IN THIS LINE OF GOODS
GOING THE FIRST DAY OF THE SALE SO COME
EARLY.
CLUDING ARM CHAIR	
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SOLID OAK E E. SET OF SIX
INCLUDING ARM CHAIR     16  sn
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SOLID OAK, G. O. QUARTER-
.   ED, SET OF SIX, Including arm cliuir     24  r.s
DINERS,    LEATHER    SEAT,    SOLID  OAK, G.  o.
QUARTERED, set of six including arm rhnir...    IS   1,11
DINERS, LEATHER    SEAT,    SOLID    OAK,    G. O.
QUARTERED, net nf six Including nrm chair...   33 lis
DINERS, LEATHER BOX SEAT, SOLID OAK, G. o.
QUARTERED, set nf nix including nrm chair ...   34  9s
DINERS, LEATHER BOX SEAT AND RACK, SOLID
OAK, G. O. Quartered, set nf 11 with nrm i-linir   32 48
DINERS, LEATHER SEAT, S OAK, E   E    23  1,11
DINERS, LEATHER BOX, S OAK, E E, G. O. QUART
ERED OAK, set of sii, includinK nrm rhnir     24 88
ROCKERS.
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ROCKER, ALL WOOD, NURSE  98
ROCKERS, ALL WOOD, NURSE, BRACE ARM   I III
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, NURSE, BRACE ARM AND
HIGH BACK   I 4K
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, BOSTON   2 IIS
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM   2 34
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM  2 Hi
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM, OOBLBR SEAT.. 2 61
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HOW    IS    THIS
Entire Bedroom Furnished for $24.98
$24,911
Imi BRASS TJUMED RED.  ''.. ONLY .    10 00
7   GUARANTEED NOT TO SAG SPRING        4  6(1
I- COTTON FELT MATTRESS, (EQUAL TO AN
OHTERMOOHl  II   0"
2081  DRESSER AND STAND, H OAK, .1 DRAW
KRS, DBVBL MIRROR, 2Gxl6      Ifi  nn
$24.98
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Bedroom Outfit, K-viilar Price, $40.50
Watch for Subsequent
Bills
THERE ARE MANY LINES WHICH SPACE WILL NOT
PERMIT IIS TO GIVE YOU DETAILED PRICES ON, BUT
BE   CONVINCED   THAT EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE
CLASSED AS FURNITURE     WILL HAVE A PRICE    TO
CORRESPOND    WITH    THB GOODS THAT HAVE BEEN
PRICED ON THIS SHEET.
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STOVES,    CARPETS,    RUGS,    BLANKETS, CROCKERY.
HIGH CHAIRS, COMMODE CHAIRS. SECTIONAL   BOOK
CASES,  CHIFFONIERS  AND BUREAUS,  WHICH  GOODS
ARE NOW ON SALE.
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For Ladies—
Procurable only at
The Whole
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The goodness of ANCHOR BRAND
FLOUR is proverbial; it gives "every
man's wife" the opportunity to make
good bread. This, of course, means
larger consumption, but you don't
mind that, and your children will not
be running Across the Way for "a
piece"; they will stay right at homt
THE WHOLE DAY LONG.
Manfd. by
Leitch Brothers Flour Mills
OAK LAKE, MANITOBA I
Q. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP
CRANBROOK, B. C.
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A   HAPPY   HOME
To be had on a BRITISH; COLUMBIA FARM       !
in the British Columbia Southern;  Columbia and
Kootenay  and  Columbia   and   Western   Railway    ■
Companies' Land Grants.    Farm Lands eminently
suited for the raising of
FRUIT,   GRAIN   OR   STOCK
may be purchased in these Grants at low figures for
cash, or on EASY TERMS, from
THE
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Canadian   Pacific   Railway
Timber Lands of the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of from
640 acres upward.
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(DISTRICT LOCAL NEWS)
GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES
SCENERY UNSURPASSED
For  Maps,   Application   Forms,   Regulations  and
Literature apply to
Desk 13
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. to and Vice President,
Calgary, Alberta.
Town Lots for Sale in Cranbrook
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0. J. UIBI, ■sceafiy.
The Cranbrook Agenoy Oo.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, EMPLOYMENT
phone aso r. 0. box is
Cranbrook, - - B- C.
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Greatest of Tonics and should be taken by every one at this season
of the year. PSYCHINE assists the gastric Juices aid ferments In
their digestion of the food, cleanses the mucous membrane of the
Stomach, and has an Invigorating and beneficial effect on the muscles
and nerves. For ^aiarrh of the Stomach, Ulceration or Weak Stomach, Dyspepsia, the use of PSYCHINE is strongly advisable, ft
PSYCHINE acting on the Stomach restores ittoa healthy condition,
.hen acts through the stomach upon all the vital organs, create! an appetite, bringinf
renewed vitality and strength to the entire system and enable* It to Arrow oil dlseaat
ol every kind. .It Is the greateat health,
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FERNIE.
PERNIE FREE PRESS.        '
TO RKNT.
S roomed Cottage, close to    the
new school.   Electric light, water and
'phone.   Apply
LOUIS HILTON,
North End Van Home Ave.
Father Wagner ol Cranbrook is the
guest ot the Fathers in town' for a
few weeks vacation.
H. J. Johnston will erect a concrete and brick block on the site of
the temporary King Edward hotel.
It will be occupied by the "41" meat
market and is expected to be completed within sixty days.
Oranbrook will have a meteorological station. Tbe Dominion government recognises the importance of
the banana crop ol that district and
will provide facilities for forecasting
local weather conditlona.
Pat Miller started for Chicago on
Tuesday with one dollar In his jeans.
What is the matter with Fernie that
It allows capital to get away in this
manner ?
J. D. Hurd, Charles Slmlster, and
Jas. Ashworth mad/ an observation
trip over the divide from Coal Creek
to Morrissey this week.
"We are tenting no more on the old
camp ground," and Secretary Ambery
who has been besieged with requests
lor tents "to hold cement," "to go
into the hills for a lew days," "tor
the children to play In" and other relief purposes, shipped 140 of them
back to tbe Spokane Chamber ot
Commerce on Tuesday. A meeting of
the Rellel Committee was called lor
last night in order to consider applications for rellel Irom a number of
people who have received nothing as
yet and who believe they are entitled
to something as well as a lot ol other
whose distress was no keener, but
owing to the counter attraction on
the Napanee floor the committee did
not turn up.
MOYIE LEADER.
Two shifts are now working on tbe
Aurora driving the tunnel which was
started lately. Another ore car was
taken over to the mine this we?k.
The Moyie school trustees have
called a meeting to take place at tbe
school house Wednesday evening, July
list. At this meeting the question of
larger and . better accommodations
will be gone into, and also providing
lor a third teacher. As these matters
are of vital importance to the whole
community, the meeting should he
well attended.
The home of l-ester Illgnitn, which
waB located nortli ol town, wns totally destroyed by lire luHt Monday
night between twelve and one'o'clock.
The house and everything In it wont
up ln smoke. Mr. uml Mrs Dlgnan,
Mrs. Webb and the MrKinnon sisters,
the occupants, got out with only tbe
clothCH they could grab All wore 111
bed and uslrep when the flro broke
out. There in no accounting lor how
it Btarted.
At. the minimi slmreliplders' meeting
of tho Cumbrian Mining Compnny,
hold here on tho 18th, James R. Hydo
ol Kannns, Hiram 11. Miller, also   ol
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Kansas, William Spurck ol Seattle,
A. B. Cooper of Nelson, and Charles
A. Mackay of Moyie, were elected directors of the company for the ensuing
year. The directors then elected the
following officers : James E. Hyde,
president ; A. B. Cooper, vice president and treasurer ; Charles A. Mac-
kay, secretary.
Provision was made by the issue
to present shareholders ol a large
block of treasury stock for sinking
the new steele-concrete shaft to bedrock, and its continuance down iuto
bedrock 250 feet, and drifting on the
veins one thousand feet. The work
will be started in the very nenr (11
ture.
CRESTON REVIEW
Miss Ella Ryckman lett yesterday
on a visit to friends.
The new reservoir is completed and
the water has been turned on.
A runaway nearly resulted in a serious accident to Jimmy Cameron out
near Ryckman's ranch Thursday.
A public meeting ol all persons entitled to vote at the annual school
meeting of Creston school district
will be held at the schoolhouse, July
24 at ten a.m. The business will be
the election ol two persons, one as
trustee for three years and the other
as auditor lor one year, in the place
ol J. W. Dow.
Ore Shipment.
Following are the ore shipments
from the mines in the Cranbrook district for the past week and year to
date:
St.  Eugene 762      13,036
North Star 32 236
Total
792      13,271
NOIICR.
Take notice that thirty days alter
dnte I Intend to apply to the Chiel
Commissioner of Lands tor a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593, district ol Southeast
Kootenay: Commencing at a post
dlanted at the northeast corner ot
lot 87.11 and being tbe southeast corner of W. J. Langley's claim, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
tbence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to the point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Located June 29, 1909. 19-4,
W. J. Langley, Locntur.
NOTIO
Tnki- notice that thirty days after
date I intend to upply to the Chiel
Commissioner of Lands for a license
tn prospect for conl and petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 4693, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
planted at the intersection of the
north Hue of lot 8733 with the east
line or lot. 8731, and being the soiit.li
west corner of J. A. Harvey's claim,
thence north 80 rhnins, thence eust
80 chains, thence south 80 cbalns,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acre*
more or less.
Located June 29, 1909. 29-4.
J. A. Harvey, Locator.
AP?HD.W
NOTICE.
Take uotice that thirty days alter
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect lor coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenuy : Commencing at a poet
planted three miles west ot the north
west corner of lot 8729 und being the
southeast corner of John Devlin's
claim, theuce uorth 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chains, tnence south 80 chain*
and theuce east 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Located. June 28th, 1909. 29-4
John Devlin, Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ot Lands for a license
to prospect lor coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 459:1, district of Southeast
Kootenuy : Commencing at a post
planted at or near the northwest corner of lot 8729 and being tbe southwest corner of J. B. Langley's claim,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 10
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to the point ol commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or leu.
Located   June 28th, 1909. 29 4.
J. Langley, Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days alter
date I intend to apply to tbe Chief
Commissioner ol Lands lor a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lunds situate in
block 4593, liistrict of Southeast
Kootenny : Commencing at a poet
plauted one mile north ol the northwest corner ol lot 8729 und being the
southwest corner ol John Hull's
claim, thence north 80 chains, tbence
east 80 chains, thence south 8U chains
and thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement,  containing 640 acres
Located, June 28th, 1909. 29-4
more or less.
Located,   June 28th,  1909. 29-4
John Hull,  Locator.
NOTICE.
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Take notice that thirty days alter
dale I inteiul lo apply to the Chief
Commissioner ot Lunds for u license
to prosper! lor coul and petroleum
over the following lunds situate in
block 459:i. district of Southeast
Kootenuy : Commencing at a post
planted one mile north nl lot H729 und
being the southeast corner of Arthur
ferry's claim, thenre north 80 chains,
thence west 50 rhiilmi, thence south 80
chains', tliencc east 8<i chains to point
of commencement, contulnlng 640
acres more or Icsh.
Located, Juno 28th, 1909. 29.4
Arthur, Perry,  Locator.
NOTICE.
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Take notice Unit thirty duys after
date I intend to upply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands for a license
to prospect lor coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593. district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a pott
planted one mile west of the. north-
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
Guests Comfort a    peciolty   Good tabling in Connection
ssfSSv
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
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Nearest to railrontl depot,    Has acconimo-
dations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Cinn brook.
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
went corner of lot 872'.. and lit.iu.t- thi
southeast * corner of Goldie Peewle't.
claim, tbence nortli 80 chains, the net:
west 80 chains, thence south HO chain.,
and thenee east 80 ennuis, to tbo
point of commencement, containing
644 acres more or less.
Located, June 28th, won 2J-4
Goldie Feeplen,  Local >r
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty duys uliev
date I Intend to apply to the CMof
Commissioner of Lands fur u license
to prospect for cnal uud petroleum
over the following luiuls Bltuate iu
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing ut it post
planted 3 miles west of the northwest
of lot 8789, und being the south
west corner of Wm. Devlin's claim,
tbence north 80 chains, thence eust 8u
chains, thence south 80 chums, tliencc
west 80 cbalns to point of commence-
ment, containing' 640 ucres more   or
Located.  June 28th,  1909. 2S-\
WM.  Devlin,   Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty duys nftei
dute 1 intend to upply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lunds lor u license
to prospect for coul untl petroleum
over tbe following lands situate in
block 4593, district, of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing nt u post
planted at or near the northwest
corner of lot 8729, and being the
northeast of Al. Page's claim, thei.ee
south 80 chains, thenee west SU
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, to point of commence
ment,  containing 640 acres-more  ot
Located. June 28th, 1909. 2D-4
Al. Page,  Locator
NOTICE,
 o—
Take notice thnt thirty duys after
date I Intend to apply to the Oltiel
Commissioner of Lunds for u license
to prospect for conl ami petroloun
over the following luiuls situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay: Commencing at u p< st
planted at or near the northwest
corner of lot 8729 and being the Routh
east corner of A. J. Devlin's clnim,
thence north 80 chains, theuce west
80 chains, thenee south HI) chains,
tbence east 80 chains to point ol
commencement containing 640 acre
more or less.
Located, June 28th,  1909. 29 4
A.   J.  Devlin,  Locator
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
VISIT DR. KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
The Largest Anatomical
Museum In tbe Weat.
Ur. Kelly- timelines ol Hen. Twenty
years' experience In the treatment of
weakness, nervous troubles or any
contracted ailments. A positive cure
! lu every case undertaken. Consults.
| tion free uml strictly private. Treat
j ment personally or by letter.
OR. KELLEY'S MUSEUM
Ulii Howard St., Spokane, Wash.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application bus
been made to register Gertrude R.
Armstrong as the owner in Fee Sim
pie, under a Tax Sale Deed from Al
tred ('. Nelson, assessor of the dls
trlct of Fort Steele, to Gertrude R
Armstrong, bearing date the 31st day
of October, A.D., 1904, ol all and
singular tbat certain parcel or tract
ol land premises situate, lying and
being in tbe District of Kootenuy in
the province of British Columbia.,
more particularly known and descrlb
ed us Lot No. 2070, Group one. Dis
trlct ot Kootenay.
Yon and each of you are requite
to contest tbe claim ol the tai pur
chaser within fourteen days Irom tb,
date of tlie service of this notice up
on you, und in default of a caveat
or certificate of lis pendens being tiled
within such period,  you will be for
ver estopped and debarred from set
ting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Gertrude It. Armstrong as owner
l hel'eol
Dated ut Land Registry office, Nel
on.   Provinre   ol British Columbia,
this 2tth day ot March. A. D., 1909.
H. P. Jorand,
District Registrar
To Wm   J. H. Cowell.
Final insertion 31st July, 1904
RAILWAY
I'RANIIIKIOK
TO
SBATTLIU,
$25.00
Tickets nn sale dully Muy IWth tn
Oct. 14th. Final return limit IS
days, but not later than Oct. 81.
For complete information apply I"
agents, or write
JR. PROCTOR,
D. P. A., Oalgary
Stock Quotations
As Furnished hy
HEALK * Kl.WKI.I., Cranbrook, B.O
April 19th, 1909.
Bid
Aurora   Consolidated smelters
Iranbrobk Fire Brick
ituuimiim Copper ,87
Nicola C»al Mines Ltd       04
Nlplsslng 10.75
Sullivan
B. O. Amalgamated Coal   nut
Asked
B. 0, Copper
Canadian OoldOelda
Canadian Marconi
Canadian Northwest oil
Consolidated  Smelters
Diamond Coal
Diamond  Vale  Coal
International Conl
Mi'liillivrny Creek Coal
North Star
Nugget Gold Mines
Pincher Creek ofl Co.
Rambler Cariboo
lloynl Collieries
Society  Girl
WaHlern  Oil   (pref)
Western Oil lord.)
Veteran War Scrip S:
6.50
.081
1.01)
.III
7.011
.57
O'l
.74
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1.75
5.00
1.10
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11.21.
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over, these we want to clear out. Now at
the prices we are offering, you do yourself an
injustice not to wear a cool suit during the hot
weather. Remember, these suits are not old,
antiquated goods, but stuff that is right up-to-
date. Remember this fact when you read the
prices.
SUMMER  SUITS
Ten Dollar Suits
For    .    $8.50
Twelve and a Half
Dollar Suits
$10.00
Thirteen and  a
Half Dollar Suite
$11.50
Fifteen Dollar
Slits for $12.50
We  are selling
the remainder of
our
FIT REFORM
SUITS
At Special Sale
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That is the word and opinion we try to
win from all customers
TRY   US   FOR
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Graduate Opticians
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Limited
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WHITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE.
Branch Slot?   413 Josephine Street, Neuron, B.C.
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1'.  rf. Ayrf* of KUo,  watt in town
Wfdnflsday.
Burn—At U'ranbrooL, .July .Hub, tu
Mr. and Mrs. It. Kukins, .. duui*hter.
.\lr.s. K. 0. PhllUpi left "u Mondaj
on ttii Hasten* visit.
B, 0. PhilUpa left un Weduetid&y on
.« business (rip to Uoosc •■;.«
PieseiMug     Aprtcoti.     tins   ireeV-
:.|n|ibfll   <v   Mantling
A..ireu DtBeok anu A. McCoiroii
\ -ii tirthins at Goattell Wednesday
Vfisaes Ad*, und .Maud titclteabotb
.  \xt holidaying at the i-narit.
.-.. D, Hill returned Tuesdaj    train
- coaeti
: inaa Sweet;  Pickle* iu hulk. iOo \*
liiart.   '(.'umpbrll ^   .\1huiiIi)|-
' f.r,.o" Dilnn, it Calvary commtf*
la] man. was in town tins wrpk.
m    '. w. Pouter wa*. v-.s-ittm:  •**
Dore, v  "'.. tins week
Honolulu Pineapple* .it Stewart'8
todajy
Haxr] CUdlundi "i Rlko wai iu the
■ity Thursday
iv i,. Thome ol Hosmer was iq the
:ity Thursday
a. K Bgglwon ol Hamilton was
n th*> city Tuesday
l»   Breckenridge ot \i.*i »*.vii.t    vras
,, the city Tuesday.
C, P McNab, the Waldo lumber
man. was id town Wednesday
P, 8, Idington jf Mayook, •m.- In
t wn  Monday
ilr uQd Mr;.. J. McLeod ol London
spent  Sunday  Iiu>t ia Cranbrook
Have you cut the weeds in your
b*cfc yard or vacant  lot yet ?
Born—At Cranbrook., Thursday,
July 22ni, to -Mr and Mrs J. Sims,
a daughter
A Bpiendid hay crop will be harvested in The Cranbrook district this
season.
Jamee Cooper uf Saginaw and J^
Half'-ur of Calgary were at the Cran-
hronja Wednesday
Ur. and Mr*. J. B. Uibbona uf
Vahk, were Cranbrook risltors Wednesday.
Kor Sale—An Upright Piano, fine
tone, good condition; a bargain. In-
<iuiri« this office. 2Ht
Harry Barr of Tracy, who bad been
to Chicago on business returned to
Cranbrook Wednesday
(i. Q. Jewell of Jaflray, a promin
ent mill owner, was in town Wednesday.
The ilissea Phelps ol Toronto, art
spending a couple of months with
their sister Mrs. Binning.
Mrs. ft. Hughes has gone to the
. coast (or several weeks and will visit
Nahafmo. Victoria, and other points.
For fresh fruit of all kinds get the
supply at Wong Kong's on Armstrong
avenue.
Miss Fortune and Miss Kerr left
Wednesday on a holiday trip to the
coast.
It is reported that the Young Men's
Conservative Association will hold
meeting early next week.
H. H. Johnson oi ColUngwood and
W. Willing of Fruitville, were registered at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
A. Carney of Kaslo, provincial tim-
: ber inspector, was in the town Tuesday on official business.
Shear! 8. P. Tuck of Nelson was
in town during the early part of this
week on official business.
! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tuthlll and
family of Watertown, Iowa, were
Cranbrook visitors Sunday last.
1    Tbe Cranbrook City Band gave the
! regular weekly concert on Monday ev-
, ening,   which   was  mucb   appreciated
by those in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Howard, E. H
Sullivan and B. Mason of Princeton,
Minn.,  were v'ranbrook   visitors     ot
\' Tuesday.
\\ Wm. Thompson of St. John, N.B.,
. I T. K. 'jet of Trail, and F. E. Swan
r I son of Boise, Idaho,  were registered
* | at the Cranbrook Monday.
►;   A convention of     British Columbia
* jC.in.-ervativea     will be held in Kain
11 loop;, early ln     November.   Upwards
[lot four hundred delegates are expert
t   ed to attend
Juhn Ijeask and Tom Boyter left
nn Thursday for West Kootenay to
perform the annual assessment work
on a number of mineral claims in
which they are interested.
c. E, Stone of St. Paul, W. W.
Dobson of Calgary, It. Barker of To
ronto, and T. A. (Jray of Vancouver
were  quests   ut   the  Cranbrook  Monday
W. V. -Montgomery of Calgary, F.
Butterfleld of Victoria, J .H. Smith
,tif Portland, and B. Rwarton of Spokane     were    registered at the Cran-
REDUCTION SALE
IU! PAPERS
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(iold Standard
Teas and Coffees
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X IM.ACi: nnd CONTENTMENT will surely reij,n
♦ in the home if you use only
X      ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
Makes I.est Itreail
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X Staple anil Taney (initers
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limit     were    reulirtered
brook  MurxlaT
■I. MtLeuu. the tjerond-bund furniture dealer, dah h lurse lot ot household fjoods whlrh he in offering ut ei-
eeediiifilj low [irlcm. Better t«ll anil
see tl be Iji.h uDTthtnf; thut you want.
I' It Bujtje ol Hurllnston, N,l).,
W. .1. Allen ol MarrHVllle, II. II. De-
pew ot Kernle and K. J. Colllna of
MuryHville were at  the Crunbronli on
MilO'lliT   loM
.1. 0. Wllhame ot Unokune, repre-
..•niini: the Hulllvun Mlnlni' To., and
P, .1. liruftnlne, Attornej/ lor tbe
Keder(ul Mlnlne und Hmeltinc f'otn-
Pany, were In town attendlnK the
«ule nf the Hulllvan property.
.1. A. Macdonald ot Turonta, D. H.
Dick of Vancouyer, J. W. Brownlee
of Toronto, G. C. Trombley ol Seattle, and Mrs. L. Robertson of San
Francisco were registered at tbe
Cranbrook Wednesday.
For the nt\\L 30 days I will
ofter for sale my entire stock
of Wall Papers at 25 per cent
discount for cash, consisting of
English  Velours and Tiles ii
Canadian and American Art i i
11
Designs in Stripes, Florals,::
Plain and Embossed
Our stock of Papers is the
most artistic in design and
refined in colouring ever shown
in Cranbrook. Come early and
secure choicest patterns
B. H. SHORT
X     Armstrong Avenue Phone m     '!
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Refrigerators
Another shipment
Just received; the
lines we carry are
substantially    made,
 well finished, and the
XT** price reasonable.
BAP
LAC
A high grade article
that stains and vai
nishes in one operation,
price 35c, 55c and *i
per can, according to
size. Ask (or color
card.
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook Lodge A.F. & A. M.,
will attend divine service at the Presbyterian church tomorrow evening.
They will assemble at tbe Masonic
Temple at half past six, and from
there parade to the church.
Hazelwood Ice Cream is tbe best
dispeller ever invented. Eat two dishes a day when the temperature Is 75
to 85, three dishes when it is 85 te 90
and one dish every hour when It is
over 90. Take no substitute.—Stewart the confectioner.
K. tllayton Miller, consulting engineer lor tbe Federal and Mining and
.Smelting Co., of New York, was in
town Monday. He visited the Sullivan group of mines at Klmberley in
tbe interest of his company on Sunday.
At a Liberal conference held in
Vancouver last week It was decided
that J. A. Macdonald will be appointed chief justice of tbe new court
of appeal and that Stuart Render-
son will be leader of tbe liberal opposition in the provincial house.
Last evening a Twilight Social war
given by the Knox Girls' Club, as-
fisted by the ladies ol the Presbyter-
urn congregation, on Mr. J. O. Mc
Cullum's lawn on Garden avenue. A
musical program, instrumental and
vocal was provided and tea, coffee,
and ice cream served. All present
had an enjoyable time.
For a nice cold dish of ica cream
go to Wong Fong's, next door to
Patmore Bros., Armstrong Ave.
J. A. Macdonald an insurance man,
representing the Canadian Railway
Accident Co., was in town this week.
Mr. Macdonald is happy in tbe pos
session of a (l.A.R. button and met
a number of civil war "vets" in
Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McBride visited
Wasn Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. McLeod of
London, Ont., and Mr. and Mrs. D.
Rimer. They report having a very
pleasant outing.
If the citizens vote seventy thou-
sand dollars to purchase and improve
tbe water supply, and make it an asset to the city, will not the money
lie well spent ?
Catholic Choroh.
Next Sunday, tirst Mass at 8.30
m.; High Mass at 10 o'clock.
Rev. Father G. Taveraia will sing
that mass and give the sermon.
Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DA V PHONE   No. 11
N'HillT PHONE No. :'8fl
R. H. DWYER.
Fiitieinl   Director   ivnd   Km-
nnlmer,   ill charge.
THR TARIFF QUfiSTION has been
threshed out by Parliament. We argue in favor of tbe protection ot
your house by good paint, honestly
applied by skilled workmen, costs
little more than the CHEAP kind
ilapped on by "tramp painters" who
size up the situation and judge by
existing conditions if you are waiting
for Cheap John Paint and Painting
We eipect to remain ln business and
cannot afford to use anything but
tbe best material or employ other
than skilled workmen and when we
do work we do It right—not cheap.-
B. 11. abort.
Ice Cream from the Spokane riakery
Co., the finest and best ever !>ror;nt
Into Cranbrook. Hold by the pint or
quart or dish at Wong Fong's.
TO RENT.
On Cranbrook street, near Hyde
street, a two room cottage partially
furnished.   Apply on the premises.
STEWART'S
The Leading Fruit Store.
OICONOOAN
I'ltl'.SI'.HVI.N'u   OHKHKIKK
CRESTON   HASP   KHRIKS
TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS
llAUTl.E'l"]' PEAKS
APPLES
IIAZELWOOIIICKCKEAM,
STEWART'S PINE
fimcoi.ATES
HUGH .'TKWART
4.
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(«>     ArinmrniiK *>Vt. PlHHlf
CROUP
i.topprd in tt rulnatM
i-ure with Ht, Hfcoop'B
('roup Kwiifdy, One
tent vill tmrflly prove.
Nn -/molting, do dls-
t. 3 )ii X ztta atijcj piecing syrup—Me. lirugf Ists.
WANTED.
Married   man     to   work   farm on
shares.   Snap for Rood man.
Fred A. Rufuel & Co.
Box 144 Oranbrook, B. C.
Francis Edward
Corrison
IliinilihUBtci' Oranhrook City llnml
t.'hoirmuHtfr linox Presbyterian
Ohiirnh
l.ute ItanilmuHtnr Ills Majesty's Knyrl
VV', Fusilier*
TEACHER   OF
Violin, Banjo, Oititar, Mandolin
nnrl     Stunriftrd      rnetrtimflnlR.
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone 15,1. CRANBROOK, B.C.
Hardware
Cranbrook,  B. C.
PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineer*       ■     .     .
OUR AIM 1** to give the comfort*seeker the hillesl sense
of eomfort with the least Bense of apparatus- the most*M\s-
tying results at the least e.\penso of fuel and of labor, with
freedom from repairs, and a durability equal to the lire of On*
buildings    in    which    the    heating systems are  Installed
Our Systems of Heating meet these requirements exitutly.
They an? the efficient, silent, reliable servant i»f the house owner
—an adjunct which do<?s more for the cheer and healthfulness ol
hoine-lifeth an any At her 'material feature or decoration of home
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! NATURES FERTILIZER
To get the best results  from
I your fruit trees you must put
I nourishment into the ground
I  «i	
t> Dried Blood   Fertilizer
I Try Our    Blood and Bone Mixture
j> Tankage.
[ P. BURNS & rO.
£ Phone 10                                                                       P. O. Bos B.
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Ham aridJBacon
Our smoked meats am always fresh storlc. Wo
are sure that if yon try ihem ontie y>.. will apree
with us that they are the best flavored uml mosl
wholesome smolted  meals you huve ever ertlcti.
P. Woods & Go. I
PHONE ST
P. 0. BOX 164 |
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23. 3* Winning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAINS NEXT TO ARNOLD ft ROBERTS
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Rapaat It—"Shlloh'a Cnra will   »1-
wara  cura   mT   ooufka   ul   coMa."
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CtONTRACTS 80MOITID.
HOUSES
For   Bale nr Rest at R*«aoiabla
Prloaa,
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
"none Mo. 9«.
"The Best in Town'
for a Cool, Clean Shave,
or a Hair Cm, go to
Bullock&Webster
Tonsorial   Artists
Cranhroolc Streel
OCR    BATH   ROOM   IK   STRICTLY
UP-TO-DATK
NEAR ROTAL HOTEl,

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